# Practise Harder Subtraction: Numbers from 1 to 100

In this worksheet, students subtract numbers to find how much is left.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Written Addition/Subtraction to Three Digits

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about subtracting numbers.

Example

 Ali has £71 in his piggy bank. He spent £42.

How many pounds did he have left?

We use the number line below

We start at 71 and go back 42 to get to 29.

When you go back 42, you can go back 1, then 10, then 10, then 10, then 10, then 1

71 - 42= 29

Ali has 29 pounds left.

 Ali has £55 in his piggy bank. He spent £39.

How many pounds did he have left?

 31 sheets of paper in the printer 22 are used up.

How many sheets were left?

 There are 42 apples on the tree. 37 fall off.

How many apples are left?

 Ali has £71 in his piggy bank. He spent £42.

How many pounds did he have left?

 64 sheets of paper in the printer 37 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

 There are 65 apples on the tree. 30 fall off.

How many apples are left?

 Ali has £52 in his piggy bank. He spent £30.

How many pounds did he have left?

 86 sheets of paper in the printer 21 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

 There are 85 apples on the tree. 47 fall off.

How many apples are left?

 89 sheets of paper in the printer 59 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

• Question 1

 Ali has £55 in his piggy bank. He spent £39.

How many pounds did he have left?

16
EDDIE SAYS

55 - 39 = 16

• Question 2

 31 sheets of paper in the printer 22 are used up.

How many sheets were left?

9
EDDIE SAYS

31 - 22= 9

• Question 3

 There are 42 apples on the tree. 37 fall off.

How many apples are left?

5
EDDIE SAYS

42 - 37= 5

• Question 4

 Ali has £71 in his piggy bank. He spent £42.

How many pounds did he have left?

29
EDDIE SAYS

71 - 42= 29

• Question 5

 64 sheets of paper in the printer 37 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

27
EDDIE SAYS

64 - 37= 27

• Question 6

 There are 65 apples on the tree. 30 fall off.

How many apples are left?

35
EDDIE SAYS

65 - 30 = 35

• Question 7

 Ali has £52 in his piggy bank. He spent £30.

How many pounds did he have left?

22
EDDIE SAYS

52 - 30 = 22

• Question 8

 86 sheets of paper in the printer 21 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

65
EDDIE SAYS

86 - 21= 65

• Question 9

 There are 85 apples on the tree. 47 fall off.

How many apples are left?

38
EDDIE SAYS

85 - 47 = 38

• Question 10

 89 sheets of paper in the printer 59 are used up.

How many sheets are left?

30
EDDIE SAYS

89 - 59 = 30

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