### All Common Core: 4th Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #3 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we subtract multi-digit numbers, we start with the digits in the ones place and move to the left.

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

When the top number is smaller than the bottom number, we have to borrow from the number to the left because we can't take away from since is the smaller number. In this case, we are going to look to the . We only ever need to take away from the number to the left. For this problem, that will leave us with a to replace the . So far, your work should look something like this:

Remember, we've borrowed from the hundreds place, so we can put a in front of the number in the tens place. So far, your work should look something like this:

Now, we can subtract the numbers in the tens place:

Next, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #4 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we subtract multi-digit numbers, we start with the digits in the ones place and move to the left.

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

When the top number is smaller than the bottom number, we have to borrow from the number to the left because we can't take away from since is the smaller number. In this case, we are going to look to the . We only ever need to take away from the number to the left. For this problem, that will leave us with a to replace the . So far, your work should look something like this:

Remember, we've borrowed from the tens place, so we can put a in front of the number in the ones place. So far, your work should look something like this:

Now, let's subtract the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

When the top number is smaller than the bottom number, we have to borrow from the number to the left because we can't take away from since is the smaller number. In this case, we are going to look to the . We only ever need to take away from the number to the left. For this problem, that will leave us with a to replace the . So far, your work should look something like this:

Remember, we've borrowed from the hundreds place, so we can put a in front of the number in the tens place. So far, your work should look something like this:

Now, let's subtract the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #5 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we subtract multi-digit numbers, we start with the digits in the ones place and move to the left.

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Remember, we've borrowed from the hundreds place, so we can put a in front of the number in the tens place. So far, your work should look something like this:

Now, we can subtract the numbers in the tens place:

Next, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #6 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #7 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #252 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #9 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #4 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #11 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Finally, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be

### Example Question #11 : Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers

Solve the following:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Let's look at the numbers in the ones place:

Next, let's look at the numbers in the tens place:

Now, we can subtract the numbers in the tens place:

Next, we can subtract the numbers in the hundreds place:

Your final answer should be