Subtraction Sums for Class 1

# Subtraction Sums for Class 1

## Subtraction Sums for Class 1

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## Subtraction Sums for Class 1

1.  Subtract the following without borrowing.

a.               T     O

7      8

2      5

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b.               T     O

5     9

3     7

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c.             T     O

6     7

–      3     4

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d.              T     O

9      6

4      1

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e.               T     O

4      8

1      6

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f.               T     O

7     9

3     4

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2.  Subtract the following with borrowing.

a.               T     O

5      2

6

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b.               T     O

4     2

5

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c.              T     O

3     5

–               8

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d.              T     O

8      3

2      5

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e.              T     O

9     2

5     7

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f.             T     O

8     1

4     6

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3.  Subtract the following.

a.                    T     O

7     1

2     4

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b.                 T     O

5     4

–              3     8

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c.                T     O

7      2

–           4      5

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d.                    T     O

4     3

2     7

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e.             T     O

9     1

–            5     3

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f.               T     O

4      5

1      8

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

a. 86 – 31

b. 74 – 42

c. 65 – 23

d. 78 – 15

e. 69 – 47

f. 84 – 32

g. 97 – 36

h. 98 – 63

i. 76 – 24

5. Fill in the blanks using properties of subtraction.

a. 6 – 0 = ________

b. 5 – 1 = ________

c. 8 – 1 = _______

d. 6 – 6 = _______

e. 34 – 0 = _______

f. 18 – 18 = _______

g. 25 – 25 = _______

h. 24 – 0 = _______

6. Write in the correct columns and subtract.

a. 25 – 8

b. 74 – 9

c. 44 – 9

d. 37 – 9

e. 62 – 8

f. 52 – 7

7. Write in the correct columns and subtract.

a. 84 – 38

b. 92 – 27

c. 73 – 47

d. 62 – 25

e. 83 – 15

f. 51 – 39

8. There are 48 students in a class. Out of which, 25 are girls. How many boys are there in the class?

9. There are 56 marbles in a jar. Out of which, 38 are red marbles and the remaining are blue marbles. How many blue marbles are there?

10. In a school van, there are 10 seats. If 6 seats are occupied, how many seats are vacant?

11. There were 42 butterflies playing in a garden. Out of which, 25 flew away. How many butterflies were left in the garden?

12. 75 students of a school went on a trip. Out of which, 38 are girls. How many boys went on the trip?

13. Hema has 36 candies. She gives 18 candies to her friend. How many candies is she left with?

14. There were 27 monkeys on a tree. Four of them jump off. How many monkeys were left on the tree?

16. In a box, there were 45 sweets. Nisha and her sister ate 27 of them. How many sweets were left?

17. There were 86 pages in a book. If Nitu read 37 pages, how many pages were left to read?

18. Rohan had 61 marbles. He lost 24 marbles. How many marbles were left with him?

19. Shweta had 90 rupees. She spent 36 rupees. How much money was left with her?

20. A farmer had 64 hens. He sold 16 hens. How many hens did he have now?

1. a. 53        b. 22

c. 33         d. 55

e. 32          f. 45

2.  a. 46       b. 37

c. 27        d. 58

e. 35          f. 35

3. a. 47        b. 16

c. 27        d. 16

e. 38          f. 27

4. a. 55        b. 32

c. 42        d. 63

e. 22         f. 52

g. 61        h. 35

i. 52

5. a. 6            b. 4

c. 7            d. 0

e. 34          f. 0

g. 0            h. 24

6. a. 17         b. 65

c. 35          d. 28

e. 54         f. 45

7. a. 46         b. 65

c. 26          d. 37

e. 68        f. 12

8. 23 boys

9. 18 marbles

10. 4 seats

11. 17 butterflies

12. 37 boys

13. 18 candies

14. 23 monkeys

16. 18 sweets

17. 49 pages

18. 37 marbles

19. 54 rupees

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