You might get intimidated when you see a three-digit number in front of you. But we assure you that three or more-digit numbers are not as much intimidating as you may find them. The subtraction of a three-digit number is similar to the subtraction of any other number of digits. If you are intimidated by the digits, take a deep breath because this guide will help you through the subtraction of these four-digits numbers. Consider this example, and you will exactly know what to do when you come across a four-digit number subtraction. 5 - 73. Now the problem considering the concept of addition and subtraction. What you have to do is borrow a number from a number written over the second number in the problem, and solve the previous number to get your answer. Continue borrowing the number to solve the digits at the right until you cannot borrow any more from the number and your final answer.
These worksheets are for the students who have proficiency subtracting single digits from single digits. They will develop their subtraction skills by learning to subtract single digits from double digits. Students should already have an understanding of mathematical place value terms like "tens place" and "ones place." Some worksheets encourage students to make simple drawings to use as visual aids in solving problems. Your students will use these worksheets to learn how to solve simple subtraction problems. This set of worksheets contains step-by-step solutions to sample problems, many simple practice problems, a review, and a quiz. When finished with this set of worksheets, students will have demonstrated skill in subtracting single digits from double digits. These worksheets explain how subtract single-digit numbers from double-digit numbers. Sample problems are solved and practice problems are provided.