 # Subtracting From Positive and Negative Numbers

In this worksheet, students subtract numbers from positive and negative numbers. Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Number

Curriculum subtopic:  Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about subtracting something from positive and negative numbers.

Examples

 420 − 421 = -1

−160 − 160 =
 −320

Think of a number line if it helps.  When you subtract, you move to the left to make a number "more negative".

Work out the following.

−11 − 11 =

Work out the following.

258 − 258 =

Work out the following.

−141 − 141 =

Work out the following.

200 − 200 =

Work out the following.

287 − 290 =

Work out the following.

115 − 150 =

Work out the following.

−383 − 383 =

Work out the following.

−455 − 455 =

Work out the following.

−348 − 348 =

Work out the following.

−395 − 395 =
• Question 1

Work out the following.

−11 − 11 =
-22
• Question 2

Work out the following.

258 − 258 =
0
• Question 3

Work out the following.

−141 − 141 =
-282
• Question 4

Work out the following.

200 − 200 =
0
• Question 5

Work out the following.

287 − 290 =
-3
• Question 6

Work out the following.

115 − 150 =
-35
• Question 7

Work out the following.

−383 − 383 =
-766
• Question 8

Work out the following.

−455 − 455 =
-910
• Question 9

Work out the following.

−348 − 348 =
-696
• Question 10

Work out the following.

−395 − 395 =
-790
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