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Maths: Subtraction Worksheet (CBSE Grade II )

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3. Worksheet for Subtraction
3.1 Simple subtractions
3.2 Subtractions without borrowing
3.3 Subtractions with borrowing
3.4 Finding missing numbers using subtraction
3.5 Relation between Subtraction and Addition
Story Problems
Mix Story problems of Addition and Subtraction

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Maths: Subtraction Worksheet (CBSE Grade II )

1. 1. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Simple subtractions 1) Subtract the following: a) 7 - 3 = b) 10 - 10 = c) 4 - 1 = d) 9 - 2 = e) 8 - 4 = f) 5 - 3 = g) 2 - 1 = h) 6 - 4 = [ theeducationdesk.com
2. 2. 2) Count the pictures and perform the subtraction: a) - 5 = - 4 = - 4 = - 5 = - 3 = b) c) d) e) theeducationdesk.com
3. 3. 3) Fill in the Blanks a) 8 subtracted from 9 gives b) When number is subtracted from itself, answer is c) When ‘0’ is subtracted from any number we get d) Subtraction sign “ _” is also called as theeducationdesk.com
4. 4. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Subtractions without borrowing 1) Subtract the Numbers: a) TO b) TO 34 - d) TO 20 14 - TO e) 46 10 TO 99 - c) - f) TO 73 66 - 13 36 65 - 24 2) Subtract the following: a) 45 - 15 = b) 33 - 23 = c) 69 - 16 = d) 49 - 34 = [ theeducationdesk.com
5. 5. e) 27 - 16 = f) - 31 = 71 3) Solve the writing numbers by their place value: a) 48 - 26 = b) 28 - 14 = c) 67 - 25 = d) 32 - 12 = e) 89 - 77 = f) - 41 = [ 53 4) Subtract 1 digit numbers from 2 digit numbers: a) TO b) TO 78 - 4 c) TO 63 - 3 55 - 4 theeducationdesk.com
6. 6. d) TO e) TO 79 - f) TO 89 8 - 1 99 - 2 5) Solve the following a) 98 - 1 = b) 80 - 0 = c) 54 - 3 = d) 55 - 2 = e) 45 - 5 = f) - 8 = [ 89 6) Subtract using Grid: a) 439 - 2 = HTO 439 - 002 ------------ theeducationdesk.com
7. 7. b) 328 - 7 = c) 738 - 6 = d) 689 - 5 = e) 915 - 3 = f) - 4 = [ 354 theeducationdesk.com
8. 8. 7) Subtract using Grid: a) 727 - 21 b) 376 = - 35 = c) 479 - 36 = d) 587 - 27 = e) 379 - 67 = f) - 42 HTO 721 - 021 ------------ = [ 383 theeducationdesk.com
9. 9. 8) Subtract using Grid: a) 465 - 235 b) 794 = - 283 = c) 620 - 610 = d) 976 - 543 = e) 425 - 130 = f) - 137 HTO 465 - 235 ------------ = [ 539 theeducationdesk.com
10. 10. 9) Solve the following: a) 93 - 2 = b) 888 - 5 = c) 321 - 121 = d) 798 - 468 = e) 321 - 121 = f) - 38 = [ 959 10) Solve the following: a) HTO b) HTO 111 - d) - e) 8 465 250 TO 99 - HTO 350 10 TO c) - f) TO 79 - 68 4 12 - 2 theeducationdesk.com
11. 11. 11) Subtract make in groups of 10s a) - = b) - = theeducationdesk.com
12. 12. c) - = d) - = theeducationdesk.com
13. 13. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Subtractions with borrowing 1) Subtract the following: a) TO b) TO 75 - d) TO 82 49 - TO e) 90 58 TO 82 - c) - f) TO 68 16 - 29 63 53 - 19 2) Solve the following: a) 64 - 8 = b) 62 - 7 = c) 53 - 9 = d) 36 - 9 = [ theeducationdesk.com
14. 14. e) 35 - 6 = f) - 8 = 44 3) Solve the following: a) HTO b) HTO 211 - d) HTO 324 49 - HTO e) 943 88 HTO 888 - c) - f) HTO 765 99 - 59 78 494 - 89 4) Subtract using Grid: a) 454 - 297 = HTO 454 - 297 ------------ theeducationdesk.com
15. 15. b) 748 - 589 = c) 910 - 643 = d) 873 - 694 = e) 645 - 178 = f) - 199 = [ 367 theeducationdesk.com
16. 16. 5) Solve the following: a) TO b) TO 10 - d) - e) g) - h) 499 f) 9 99 TO 11 - 8 HTO 777 - - 373 444 HTO 222 18 HTO 900 - HTO 75 9 HTO c) 422 - 189 theeducationdesk.com
17. 17. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Finding missing numbers using subtraction 1) Find the missing number: a) 66 - = 60 b) 88 - = 81 c) 39 - = 38 d) 48 - = 40 e) 94 - = 91 f) 33 - = 28 2) Find the missing number: a) 48 - = 36 b) 99 - = 22 c) 34 - = 14 d) 56 - = 33 e) 64 - = 11 f) 87 - = 65 theeducationdesk.com
18. 18. 3) What should be the number below? a) 85 - = 0 b) 9 - = 2 c) 78 - = 13 d) 69 - = 20 e) 20 - = 13 f) 49 - = 19 theeducationdesk.com
19. 19. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Relation between Subtraction and Addition 1) Complete the following: a) 3 + 2 = 5 5 - 2 = 3 [[ 5 - 3 = 2 b) 4 + 5 = - = 4 5 - 4 = 5 - 4 = 5 - = 4 [[ 4 + = 5 d) 9 + 11 - [[ c) 2 = = 9 2 - e) [[ 7 7 9 = - 7 = + [[ 7 = 7 = 7 - theeducationdesk.com
20. 20. 2) Solve the following: a) 3 9 1 8 5 2 2 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 8 4 - 0 4 b) 0 7 [[ 2 1 - 0 5 + 1 2 2 + + [[ c) - + [[ d) 7 2 8 - 3 2 1 7 9 8 - 1 2 2 + [[ e) [[ theeducationdesk.com
21. 21. f) 5 - 4 4 3 + 3) Solve the following a) 7 - 5 + 2 [[ b) 6 - 1 2 1 + 6 [[ c) 2 + 2 2 2 2 2 1 - [[ theeducationdesk.com
22. 22. d) 3 - 6 1 4 + 4 - 5 5 - 5 5 + [[ f) 5 5 2 6 4 e) 4 3 [[ 1 5 1 2 + theeducationdesk.com
23. 23. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Story Problems 1) Raja has 30 cartoon stickers and Raju has 48 cartoon stickers. Who has more stickers and how many? 2) Neeta and Geeta painted 20 pots together. If Neeta painted 8 pots, how many pots Geeta painted? 3) A shop has 430 bottles of Honey. 213 bottles got sold. How many bottles are remaining? 4) Rita distributed in school 60 chocolates from 120 chocolates she had. How many chocolates are remaining now? theeducationdesk.com
24. 24. 5) India made 180 runs in cricket match and England made 87. How much more runs did India make? 6) For party total 180 balloons are needed to be blown. Only 125 are blown. How many more balloons are needed to blow? 7) When 374 is subtracted from 532; what will be the answer? 8) From 45 students only 25 went for a field trip. How many students remained back for other activities? 9) In Lego game, only 249 Lego pieces are used from total of 537. How much more parts can be used? theeducationdesk.com
25. 25. 10) John’s grandfather is 90 years old and he is 18 years old. What is the age difference between two? 11) Sam got 315 marks and Tom got 280 marks. By how many marks is Sam ahead of Tom? 12) To make necklace 725 beads were given. 321 beads were used already, how many beads are remaining? 13) For easy competition 500 words are required. Rita wrote 228 words. How many more words she can write? 14) In a holder 50 sticks can be kept. Only 35 sticks are kept. How many sticks are not kept? theeducationdesk.com
26. 26. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Subtraction Class: 2nd Topic: Mix Story problems of Addition and Subtraction 1) In one basket 40 oranges were there and in another basket 65 apples were kept. How many total fruits are there? For juice 85 fruits were used from the total fruits, how many fruits are remaining? Total number of fruit = Fruits used for juice = Fruits are remaining= 2) Sita bought 38 red bangles and Rita bought 45 green bangles. In all how many bangles are there? They used 43 bangles to make an art piece. How many bangles are not used? 3) Ram made 105 runs and Sham made 85 runs. Together how many runs they made? Total of runs finally made were 285. So how many runs other players made? theeducationdesk.com
27. 27. 4) In party 250 chocolates and 150 sweets were kept. Together how many food items were there? People finished 350 food items. How many items were remaining? 5) 213 questions were asked on Maths and 37 questions were asked on English. Total how many questions are asked? Students attempted 175 questions, how many questions they did not attempt? theeducationdesk.com