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# 3-Digit Subtraction with out Regrouping | No Regrouping Subtraction

In 1st grade, now we have learnt the subtraction of 1-digit and 2-digit numbers. Right here, we are going to study easy subtraction of 3-digit numbers with out regrouping (borrowing).

We subtract 3-digit numbers in the identical method as we subtract 2-digit numbers.

Allow us to subtract 345 from 689.

To carry out the above subtraction, we take the next steps:

Step I: Write the given numbers in column type as proven.

Step II: Subtract those:

9 – 5 = 4

Write 4 below ones column.

Step III: Subtract the ten

8 – 4 = 4

Write 4 below tens column.

Step IV: Subtract the a whole bunch:

6 – 3 = 3

Write 3 below a whole bunch column.

Thus, the distinction between 689 and 345 is 344.

Questions and Solutions on Addition of 3-Digit Numbers With out Carrying:

1. Exercise the next subtraction:

 (i) H     T     O            8     9     5        –   6     4     3        ___________ (ii) H     T     O            6     4     1        –   3     2     0        ___________
 (iii) H     T     O            9     8     7        –   6     5     3        ___________ (iv) H     T     O            8     7     3        –   4     0     1        ___________
 (v) H     T     O            7     5     8        –   3     2     4        ___________ (vi) H     T     O            9     8     6        –   5     6     4        ___________
 (vii) H     T     O            3     9     4        –   2     4     0        ___________ (viii) H     T     O            6     8     8        –   3     7     8        ___________

1. (i) 252

(ii) 321

(iii) 334

(iv) 472

(v) 434

(vi) 422

(vii) 154

(viii) 310

2. Organize in columns and add:

(i) 748 – 536

(ii) 891 – 640

(iii) 425 – 214

(iv) 675 – 451

(v) 549 – 304

(vi) 987 – 743

2.(i) 212

(ii) 251

(iii) 211

(iv) 224

(v) 245

(vi) 244

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