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Using Adding and Subtracting Family Groups (1)

In this worksheet, students must know that addition and subtraction are inverses and use this fact to find the missing number.

'Using Adding and Subtracting Family Groups (1)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:   Understand Relationship Between Addition and Subtraction

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Addition and subtraction family facts normally come in FOURS

There are TWO addition facts and TWO subtraction facts.

 

If we know just one of them, we can always work out the other three.

 

If we know the addition fact that

23 + 35 = 58

we can say that the other addition fact in this family is

35 + 23 = 58

 

The subtraction facts in this family will be

58 - 35 = 23

and

58 - 23 = 35

 

 

Example

Use the addition fact:

15 + 18 = 33

to work out the missing number below:   

 

33 -    = 15

 

Answer

15 + 18 = 33

So 33 - 18 = 15 and 33 - 15 = 18

The missing number is 18.

33 - 18  = 15 

Use the addition fact:

6 + 8 = 14

to work out the missing number below:   

 

14 -    = 8

Use the addition fact:

6 + 12 = 18

to work out the missing number below:   

 

18 -    = 6

Use the addition fact:

36 + 48 = 84

to work out the missing number below:   

 

84 -    = 36

Use the addition fact:

46 + 17 = 63

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 17 = 46

Use the subtraction fact:

17 - 8 = 9

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 9 = 8

Use the subtraction fact:

46 - 7 = 39

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  + 7 = 46

Use the subtraction fact:

66 - 18 = 48

to work out the missing number below:   

 

66 - 48 =          

Use the addition fact:

33 + 66 = 99

to work out the missing number below:   

 

99 -    = 66

Use the subtraction fact:

66 - 19 = 47

to work out the missing number below:   

 

19 +    = 66

Use the subtraction fact:

76 - 67 = 9

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 9 = 67

  • Question 1

Use the addition fact:

6 + 8 = 14

to work out the missing number below:   

 

14 -    = 8

CORRECT ANSWER
6
EDDIE SAYS
14 - 6 = 8
  • Question 2

Use the addition fact:

6 + 12 = 18

to work out the missing number below:   

 

18 -    = 6

CORRECT ANSWER
12
EDDIE SAYS
18 - 12 = 6
  • Question 3

Use the addition fact:

36 + 48 = 84

to work out the missing number below:   

 

84 -    = 36

CORRECT ANSWER
48
EDDIE SAYS
84 - 48 = 36
  • Question 4

Use the addition fact:

46 + 17 = 63

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 17 = 46

CORRECT ANSWER
63
EDDIE SAYS
63 - 17 = 46
  • Question 5

Use the subtraction fact:

17 - 8 = 9

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 9 = 8

CORRECT ANSWER
17
EDDIE SAYS
17 - 9 = 8
  • Question 6

Use the subtraction fact:

46 - 7 = 39

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  + 7 = 46

CORRECT ANSWER
39
EDDIE SAYS
39 + 7 = 46
  • Question 7

Use the subtraction fact:

66 - 18 = 48

to work out the missing number below:   

 

66 - 48 =          

CORRECT ANSWER
18
EDDIE SAYS
66 - 48 = 18
  • Question 8

Use the addition fact:

33 + 66 = 99

to work out the missing number below:   

 

99 -    = 66

CORRECT ANSWER
33
EDDIE SAYS
99 - 33 = 66
  • Question 9

Use the subtraction fact:

66 - 19 = 47

to work out the missing number below:   

 

19 +    = 66

CORRECT ANSWER
47
EDDIE SAYS
19 + 47 = 66
  • Question 10

Use the subtraction fact:

76 - 67 = 9

to work out the missing number below:   

 

  - 9 = 67

CORRECT ANSWER
76
EDDIE SAYS
76 - 9 = 67
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