 # Subtract Numbers with Two Decimal Places (2)

In this worksheet, students subtract numbers with two decimal places. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:  Decimals

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about subtraction in columns with borrowing if necessary.

Example

Work out the subtraction.

891.32 - 857.4 =

Set out a subtraction in columns, lining up the decimal points.

Add a zero in the hundredths column for 857.4

Subtract starting in the right-hand hundredths column, borrowing from the next column if you need to. The answer is 33.92

Find the difference between the two numbers

859.05 - 186.02 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

573.08 - 488.08 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

520.06 - 231.04 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

183.07 - 117.09 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

973.01 - 434.06 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

956.06 - 156.09  = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

249.06 - 541.03 = ________

Find the difference between the two numbers

170.09 - 683.09 = ________

• Question 1

Find the difference between the two numbers

859.05 - 186.02 = ________

673.03
• Question 2

Find the difference between the two numbers

573.08 - 488.08 = ________

85
EDDIE SAYS
Remember that 85.00 is the same as 85
• Question 3

Find the difference between the two numbers

520.06 - 231.04 = ________

289.02
• Question 4

Find the difference between the two numbers

183.07 - 117.09 = ________

65.98
• Question 5

Find the difference between the two numbers

973.01 - 434.06 = ________

538.95
• Question 6

Find the difference between the two numbers

956.06 - 156.09  = ________

799.97
• Question 7

Find the difference between the two numbers

249.06 - 541.03 = ________

-291.97
• Question 8

Find the difference between the two numbers

170.09 - 683.09 = ________

-513
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