Subtract Numbers with Four Digits (2)

In this worksheet, students subtract numbers using a column method with borrowing if necessary.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Mixed Problems

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet asks you to carry out subtractions using a column method with borrowing if necessary.

Example

Work out.

4653 - 2846

Set the calculation out as a subtraction.  Start at the units end and borrow if you need to.

Work out

9115 – 2259 =

Work out

7065 – 1383 =

Work out

6853 – 3476 =

Work out

7685 – 643 =

Work out

9286 – 7575 =

Work out

2406 – 1456 =

Work out

9174 – 5565 =

Work out

8042 – 570 =

Work out

4013 – 3259 =

Work out

9125 – 2545 =

• Question 1

Work out

9115 – 2259 =
6856
• Question 2

Work out

7065 – 1383 =

5682
• Question 3

Work out

6853 – 3476 =

3377
• Question 4

Work out

7685 – 643 =

7042
• Question 5

Work out

9286 – 7575 =

1711
• Question 6

Work out

2406 – 1456 =

950
• Question 7

Work out

9174 – 5565 =

3609
• Question 8

Work out

8042 – 570 =

7472
• Question 9

Work out

4013 – 3259 =

754
• Question 10

Work out

9125 – 2545 =

6580
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