# Subtraction Worksheets for Class 3 Maths

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## Subtraction Worksheets for Class 3 in PDF Format

### Subtraction Worksheets for Class 3 with answers

Worksheet 1: Subtraction Practice

Q : Solve the following subtraction problems:

a) 42 – 18
b) 67 – 29
c) 53 – 17
d) 81 – 35
e) 94 – 46

b) 38
c) 36
d) 46
e) 48

Q : Calculate the subtractions:

a) 56 – 8
b) 95 – 23
c) 72 – 34
d) 108 – 57
e) 83 – 19

b) 72
c) 38
d) 51
e) 64

Q: Solve the subtraction problems involving borrowing:

a) 86 – 47 = _________________
b) 154 – 78 = ___________________
c) 273 – 158 = ___________________
d) 582 – 367 = ___________________
e) 968 – 684 = ___________________

a) 39
b) 76
c) 115
d) 215
e) 284

Worksheet 2: Subtraction Word Problems

Q : Solve the word problems:

a) There were 63 apples. 28 were eaten. How many are left?
b) Sarah had 95 stickers. She gave 37 to her friend. How many stickers does she have now?
c) In a game, there were 87 points. 22 points were scored. How many points are needed to win?
d) A book had 126 pages. 59 pages were read. How many pages are left to read?
e) There were 105 candies. 68 were sold. How many candies are still available?
f) There were 58 apples in a basket. 27 apples were taken out. How many apples are left?
g) John had 63 marbles. He gave 29 marbles to his friend. How many marbles does he have now?
h) A bookshelf had 95 books. 42 books were taken from it. How many books are left?
i) There were 175 students in the auditorium. 58 students left. How many students are still in the auditorium?
j) A bakery had 238 cupcakes. 124 cupcakes were sold. How many cupcakes are remaining?

b) 58
c) 65
d) 67
e) 37
f) 31
g) 34
h) 53
i) 117
j) 114

Worksheet 3: Subtraction with Borrowing

Q : Perform the subtractions (with borrowing):

a) 384 – 196 = _______________
b) 789 – 548 = ______________
c) 462 – 379 =_______________
d) 846 – 315 =__________________
e) 975 – 428 =__________________
f) 86 – 47 =__________________
g) 154 – 78 =__________________
h) 273 – 158 =__________________
i) 582 – 367 =__________________
j) 968 – 684 =__________________

b) 241
c) 83
d) 531
e) 547
f) 39
g) 76
h) 115
i) 215
j) 284

Worksheet 4

Q. Fill in the blanks:

1. When we subtract one from the smallest 4 digit number we get__________________
2. The result of the subtraction problem is called the ________________________
3. 1425 – ________________ = 0
4. 2345 – 1000 = _________________
5. 100 less than 9000 is ______________
6. 8465 – 4102 = _______________
7. 4275 – __________= 4275
8. The difference between the smallest 4 digit number and largest 3 digit number is_________________
9. 1 less than 3000 =___________________
10. The number to be subtracted is called _____________________

Q. Solve the following word problems:

1. Rahul had 2359 stamps. Out of these, 1985 are Indian stamps and the rest are foreign stamps. How many foreign stamps did he have?
2. A poultry farm had 4721 hens. If 2917 hens were sold out, how many hens were left in the poultry farm?
3. Mrs Renu wanted to buy a mobile for ` 8755 but she had only `2990 with her. How much more money does she need?
4. In a hall, there are 2855 seats. On a particular day, 2096 people attended a meeting. How many seats were vacant in the hall?

Worksheet 5

Q. Subtract and Find the Difference

(a)  5   4   1   6            (b)      4   7   6   3            (c)     8   4   3   1

–   3  1   9   3                  –   2   4   1   8             –      1   3   9   9

——————                  ———————             ———————

(d)  4   1   3   0            (e)      3   5   7   3            (f)     6   9   2   8

–       1   2   8                  –   3   1   3   2             –     2   0   4   0

——————                  ———————             ———————

(g)  8   1   2   6            (h)      9   0   0   4            (i)     6   4   1   2

– 1   7   3   0                  –   1   2   6   9             –     3   0   0   9

——————                  ———————             ———————