# Spectrum Math Grade 3 Chapter 2 Lesson 4 Answer Key Subtracting 3-Digit Numbers

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## Spectrum Math Grade 3 Chapter 2 Lesson 2.4 Subtracting 3-Digit Numbers Answers Key

Rename 2 tens and 1 one as “1 ten and 11 ones.” Then, subtract the ones.

Rename 6 hundreds and 1 ten as “5 hundreds and 11 tens.” Then, subtract the tens.

Subtract the hundreds.

Subtract.

Question 1.
a.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the result as shown below.

b.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the result as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the result as shown below.

d.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the result as shown below.

f.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the result as shown below.

Question 2.
a.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

b.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

d.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

f.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

Question 3.
a.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

b.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

d.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

f.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

Question 4.
a.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

b.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

d.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

f.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

Question 5.
a.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

b.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

d.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

f.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

Question 6.
a.

Subtract the given number in ones place, then subtract the number in tens place and then subtract the number in hundreds place as shown below.

b.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

c.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

d.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

e.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

f.

Subtract both the given numbers by following the borrowing method process and obtain the
result as shown below.

Solve each problem.

Question 1.
There are 990 seats at the stadium. If there are 587 people at the stadium, how many empty seats are there?
There are ____ people.
There are ____ empty seats.
Number of seats in stadium = 990
Number of people in stadium = 587
Number of empty seats = ?

Therefore 403 empty sets present in the stadium.

Question 2.
A bicycle cost 530 dollars. There is a rebate for 147 dollars. How much will the bike cost after the rebate?
The bicycle costs ___________ dollars.
The rebate is __________ dollars.
The cost of the bicycle after the rebate is _________ dollars.
Actual cost of bicycle = 530
Rebate given for bicycle = 147
Cost of bicycle after the rebate = ?

Therefore 383  is the total bike cost after the rebate.

Question 3.
There were 600 green and yellow paper clips in the package. if 230 were green, how many were yellow?
There were a total of ____ paper clips.
There were ____ green paper clips.
There were ____ yellow paper clips.
Number of green and yellow paper clips = 600
Number of green paper clips = 230
Number of yellow paper clips = ?

Therefore 370 yellow paper clips are present.

Question 4.
The ice-cream store sold 349 scoops of ice-cream on Monday. The store sold 178 scoops of ice-cream on Tuesday. How many more scoops did the store sell on Monday?
The ice-cream store sold __________ more scoops on Monday than on Tuesday.
Number of ice-cream scoops sold on Monday = 349
Number of ice-cream scoops sold on Tuesday = 178
Number of scoops that the store sell on Monday than Tuesday = ?

Therefore 171 ice-scoops are sold on Monday than Tuesday.

Question 5.
Last year, Randy received a set of 360 toy cars. This year, Randy counted only 163 toy cars in his set. How many toy cars had Randy lost?
Randy lost ____ toy cars.