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Solve one of the the Subtraction Problems given below.
Subtract 1987 from 5673.
Solution : The vertical presentation of the problem is shown below.
The vertical presentation of the solution to the problem is shown below.
First we have to subtract bottom digit in the units' place from the upper digit in the units' place.
i.e. we have to subtract 7 from 3. But 7 is bigger than 3.
So, we have to borrow one (one10) from the digit in tens' place i.e. 7.
Because of this borrowing, 3 in units' place becomes 13 and 7 in tens' place becomes 6.
Now subtract 7 from 13 which gives 6 in the units' place.
Now, we have to subtract bottom digit in the tens' place from the new upper digit in the tens' place.
i.e. we have to subtract 8 from 6. But 8 is bigger than 6.
So, we have to borrow one (one10) from the digit in hundreds' place i.e. 6.
Because of this borrowing, 6 in tens' place becomes 16, and 6 in hundreds' place becomes 5.
Now subtract 8 from 16 which gives 8 in the tens' place.
Now, we have to subtract bottom digit in the hundreds' place from the new upper digit in the hundreds' place.
i.e. we have to subtract 9 from 5. But 9 is bigger than 5.
So, we have to borrow one (one10) from the digit in thousands' place i.e. 5.
Again recall that,
When we borrow 1 from the immediate left digit, that borrowing makes the digit in the right place increase by 10. This is so, because the immediate left place value is 10 times the place value of the right.
Here the borrowing is applied from Thousands' place to the Hundreds' place.
Because of this borrowing, 5 in hundreds' place becomes 15 and 5 in thousands' place becomes 4.
Now subtract 9 from 15 which gives 6 in the hundreds' place.
Now subtract 1 from 4 which gives 3 in the thousands' place.
So the answer is 3686.
This process is shown in the vertical presentation above.
See 3 in the units' place is sriked off to become 13,
and 7 in the tens' place is sriked off to become 16,
6 in the hundreds' place is sriked off to become 15,
5 in the thousands' place is sriked off to become 4.
Thus 5673 - 1987 = 3686. Ans.
Check : You may add 3686 and 1987 and check whether it is equal to 5673 or not.
It is verified to be correct.
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Exercise on Subtraction Problems
Subtraction Problems :
Subtract the second number from the first. Also, check your answer by doing the appropriate addition.
For Answers, see at the end of the page.
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