# Subtract Two-Digit Numbers from Three-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, students subtract two-digit numbers from three-digit numbers using a written column method.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Mixed Problems

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you will practise subtraction with borrowing.

Example

Subtract the numbers.

349 - 75 = ?

We set out a subtraction in columns

We subtract the units first.  Here we do 9 - 5 = 4.

Next, we have to borrow from the hundreds column and do 14 - 7 = 7 in the tens column.

Finally, there is 2 - 0 = 2 in the hundreds column.

Subtract the numbers.

585 - 69 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

293 - 44 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

890 - 50 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

460 - 25 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

847 - 67 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

849 - 75 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

858 - 13 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

715 - 32 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

697 - 48 = ?

Subtract the numbers.

769 - 99 = ?

• Question 1

Subtract the numbers.

585 - 69 = ?

516
• Question 2

Subtract the numbers.

293 - 44 = ?

249
• Question 3

Subtract the numbers.

890 - 50 = ?

840
• Question 4

Subtract the numbers.

460 - 25 = ?

435
• Question 5

Subtract the numbers.

847 - 67 = ?

780
• Question 6

Subtract the numbers.

849 - 75 = ?

774
• Question 7

Subtract the numbers.

858 - 13 = ?

845
• Question 8

Subtract the numbers.

715 - 32 = ?

683
• Question 9

Subtract the numbers.

697 - 48 = ?

649
• Question 10

Subtract the numbers.

769 - 99 = ?

670
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