Subtraction Sums for Class 3

# Subtraction Sums for Class 3

## Subtraction Sums for Class 3

Subtraction sums for class 3 a vital role in strengthening the maths concepts. After studying the concepts of mathematics, revision of questions related to that particular topic is very important for the students. This assesses the preparation of the students. Students can assess themselves by its own by solving the worksheets problems. Parents and teachers can also assess the students by giving them these worksheets to the students to solve.

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Thus, let us try to attempt these questions to solve and assess yourself. Parents and teachers can also give these questions to the students to test them. Unit tests can also be prepared by the teachers using these questions.

## Subtraction Sums for Class 3

1.  Subtract the following without borrowing.

a.          H     T    O

6     8      5

1     4      3

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b.          H     T     O

7      4     9

3     4

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c.         H     T     O

6      5     8

–    4      2     5

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d.          H     T     O

7     8      9

2     4      5

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e.          H     T     O

5      7     8

4     5

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f.          H     T     O

8     4      7

5     1      3

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2.  Subtract the following with borrowing.

a.          H     T     O

6     5      2

1     6     4

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b.          H     T     O

7      1      3

4      6      7

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c.         H     T     O

3     5

6      5     9

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d.          H     T     O

7     3      4

4     5      7

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e.          H     T     O

9      7     2

5      8     6

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f.         H     T     O

5      3     1

1      6     7

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3.  Subtract the following.

a.          Th     H     T     O

9       6     7     8

4       3     2     1

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b.   Th     H     T     O

8       7      5     6

–  5        3     2     4

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c.   Th     H     T     O

5       9     6      7

2       5     3      1

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d.          Th     H     T     O

6       5     4     8

3       1     2     6

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e.   Th     H     T     O

8       4     7     9

2     5     4

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f.   Th     H     T     O

7      9     4      8

4      5     1      4

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4. Arrange the following in the correct columns and subtract.

a. 826 – 481

b. 743 – 372

c. 635 – 142

d. 965 – 237

e. 674 – 471

f. 784 – 397

5. Fill in the blanks using properties of subtraction.

a. 8626 – 0 = ________

b. 5824 – 1 = ________

c. 3850 – 1 = _______

d. 3986 – 3986 = _______

e. 2480 – 0 = _______

f. 4813 – 4813 = _______

6. There were 845 children in a school. Out of which, 574 were boys. How many were girls?

7. There were 535 employees in a company. Out of which, 232 were women. How many were men?

8. In a football stadium, there are 995 seats. If 768 seats are occupied, how many seats are vacant?

9. Richa has 625 marbles. Shweta has 973 stamps. How many more stamps does Shweta have than Richa?

10. If 645 adults and 368 children took part in a marathon, how many more adults were there than children?

11. A cafe sold 835 cups of coffee and 368 fewer cups of tea than coffee on Sunday. How many cups of tea did it sell on Sunday?

12. There were 975 sheets of paper. If Nitu used 325 sheets and Heena used 154 sheets, how many sheets were left?

13. Estimate the difference by rounding off the given numbers to the nearest 10.

a. 685 – 324

b. 374 – 184

c. 846 – 509

d. 937 – 499

e. 755 – 258

f. 512 – 396

14. Estimate the difference by rounding off the given numbers to the nearest 100.

a. 7834 – 3882

b. 9274 – 2874

c. 7338 – 4097

d. 6392 – 3951

e. 8301 – 3958

f. 5073 – 4981

15. A library has 1484 mathematics books and 895 science books. How many more mathematics books are there than the science books in the library?

1. a. 542              b. 515

c. 233              d. 544

e. 233              f. 334

2. a. 488              b. 246

c. 276              d. 277

e. 386              f. 364

3. a. 5357            b. 3432

c. 3436            d. 3422

e. 5225             f. 3434

4. a. 345              b. 371

c. 493              d. 728

e. 203              f. 387

5. a. 8626            b. 5823

c. 3849            d. 0

e. 2480             f. 0

6. 271 girls

7. 303 men

8. 227 seats

9. 348 stamps

11. 467 cups

12. 496 sheets

13. a. 370           b. 190

c. 340           d. 440

e. 500           f. 110

14. a. 3900         b. 6400

c. 3200         d. 2400

e. 4300         f. 100

15. 589 books

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