Worksheet: Subtraction

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### Q2: Write in column format and find the difference between the following numbers

(a) 7845 and 4220
(b) 6402 and 8603
(c) 2232 and 2452
(d) 76723 and 89945
(e) 87527 and 82210
(f) 99843 and 82634

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(b)

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(a) 6216
(b) 6316
(c) 6226
(d) 6261

(a) 2
(b) 7
(c) 3
(d) 0

### Q6: 4272 − 4200 is nearer to ________

(a) 80
(b) 95
(c) 70
(d) None of these

### Q7: What number should be placed at the position of ‘?’ to make the number sentence true?7780 < 7795 - ?

(a) 40
(b) 10
(c) 90
(d) None of these

### Q8: Find the missing number in the following subtraction?

(a) 3
(b) 5
(c) 2
(d) None of these

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## FAQs on Worksheet: Subtraction - Mental Maths - Class 1

 1. What is subtraction?
Ans. Subtraction is a mathematical operation used to find the difference between two numbers. It involves taking away or deducting one quantity from another.
 2. How do I subtract two numbers?
Ans. To subtract two numbers, align them vertically with the digits in the corresponding place value positions. Start subtracting from the rightmost digit and borrow if necessary. Subtract each column and write the result below. Continue this process until all digits have been subtracted.
 3. Can subtraction be done in any order?
Ans. No, subtraction is not commutative, which means the order of the numbers matters. The result will be different if the order of subtraction is changed. For example, 5 - 3 is not the same as 3 - 5.
 4. What is borrowing in subtraction?
Ans. Borrowing in subtraction is a process used when the digit being subtracted from is smaller than the digit being subtracted. In this case, we borrow from the next higher place value and increase the digit being subtracted from by 10. This allows us to perform the subtraction correctly.
 5. Are there any shortcuts or tricks for subtraction?
Ans. Yes, there are several mental math tricks for subtraction. One such trick is to use the concept of complementary numbers. For example, to subtract 8 from 20, you can think of it as finding the number that, when added to 8, equals 20. In this case, the complementary number is 12. By using this trick, you can quickly subtract without performing the traditional subtraction algorithm.

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