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## Karnataka State Syllabus Class 5 Maths Chapter 3 Subtraction

### KSEEB Class 5 Maths Subtraction Revision Exercise

I. Subtract the following numbers:

1) 4,528 – 3,214

2) 6,453 – 5,302

3) 3,759 – 2,156

II. Subtract the following numbers:

1) 6,123 – 3586

2) 8,000 – 4,617

3) 3,564 – 1,345

III. Solve the following problems:

Question 1.

A factory manufactured 8,534 boxes. Out of the 5,421 boxes were sold out. Find the remaining number of boxes.

Answer:

A factory manufactured boxes = 8,534

The boxes were sold out = -5,421

The Remainary number of boxes = 3,113

Question 2.

The total number of students of standard five in all the schools of a taluk is 5,728. If the number of girls is 3,572, find the number of boys in the schools.

Answer:

The total number of students of standard of five in all the schools of a taluk = 5,728

The number of girls of fifth standard = – 3,572

The number of boys in the schools = 2,156

Question 3.

Sanjeev has Rs. 8,524. He donated Rs. 2,937 to an orphanage charitable trust. How much amount is left with him?

Answer:

Sanjeev has – Rs 8,524

Sanjeev donate – Rs – 2,937

Sanjeev’s left amount – Rs 5,587

### KSEEB Class 5 Maths Subtraction Ex 3.1

I. Find the difference of the following:

1. 59,842 – 34,532

2. 86,291 – 64,130

3. 41,297 – 16,025

4. 25,768 – 4,304

5. 17,094 – 3,043

II. Find the difference of the following:

1. 42,695 – 20,746

2. 50,625 – 36,178

3. 40,000 – 16,543

4. 25,307 – 6,419

5. 20,000 – 8,625

III. Subtract:

1. 16,486 from 26,475

2. 36,279 from 52,367

3. 10,000 from 31,579

4. 24,683 from 40,000

5. 4,297 from 11,035

IV. Solve the following problems:

Question 1.

What should be added to 37,946 to get 91,643?

Answer:

Question 2.

What should be subtracted from 67,215 to get 28,941?

Answer:

Question 3.

The sum of two numbers is 87,065. If one of the numbers is 49,726, find the other number.

Answer:

Let the No. be X another No. be Y sum of x + y = 87065

Y = 49,726

X = ?

The other number y = 37,339

Question 4.

A farmer yielded 38,462 coconuts from his field last year. This year he yielded 47,285 coconuts. Find how many more coconuts he yielded this year?

Answer:

A farmer yielded coconuts from his field last year = 38,462

A farmer yielded coconuts from his field this year = 47,285.

A farmer 8,823 coconuts yielded this year

Question 5.

In an assembly election, Mr. Suresh has got 42,618 votes. Mrs. Rohini got 54,951 votes and won. How many more votes did Mrs. Rohini get than Mr. Suresh?

Answer:

In an election, Mr. Suresh got 42,618 votes

Mr. Rohin’s got 54,951 votes

Mr. Rohin’s gets 12,333 votes than Mr. Suresh.

Question 6.

A garment factory produces 25,846 dresses for boys and 45,715 dresses for girls during a festive season. How many more dresses, did factory produce for girl than boys? (Additional Question)

Answer:

A government factory producers 25,846 dresses for boys

A government factory producers 45,715 dresses for girls

19,869 more dresses did factory produce for girls than boys.

Question 7.

A farmer bought a pair of bulls which cost Rs. 68,300 in the market. He had ” Rs.86,100 with him. What is the amount left with him after buying the bulls?

Answer:

Farmer had amount of Rs 86,100 (Additional Question)

Farmer bought a pair of Bulbs cost 68,300

Farmer’s had left amt Rs 17,800

### KSEEB Class 5 Maths Subtraction Ex 3.2

I. Solve:

1. 54,398 + 24,897 – 39,486

2. 2. 43,618 + 6,382 – 29,467

3. 21,679 + 27,428 – 2,438

II. solve the following problems:

Question 1.

A mobile phone factory manufactures 23,715 mobiles in November and 34,160 mobiles in December. Out of them 42,534 mobiles were sold. Find how many mobiles are left unsold in the factory.

Answer:

A mobile phone factory manufactures 23,715 mobiles in November

A mobile phone factory manufactures 34,160 mobiles in December

By Adding

In mobile phone 57,875 mobiles were manufactured 42,534 mobile phones were sold out

By Subtracting

15,341 mobiles are left unsold in the factory.

Question 2.

Mr. Anand has Rs. 15,282 in his bank account. He deposits Rs. 25,718 on Wednesday. He withdraws Rs. 30,145 on Thursday. Find his balance after withdrawal.

Answer:

Mr. Anand has Rs 15,282 in his bank amount

Mr. Anand deposits Rs 25,718 on Wednesday

Mr. Anand withdraw Rs 30,145 on Thursday

Mr. Anand’s Bank amount – Rs 41,003

After withdrawing Mr.Anand’s bank balance – Rs 10,858

Question 3.

Mrs. Anita has Rs. 50,000 with her. She purchases a color T.V. for Rs. 13,538 and a refrigerator for Rs. 16,990. Find the amount left with her after the purchase.

Answer:

Mrs. Anitha’s Amount – Rs 50,000

Mrs. Anitha purchases a color T.V – Rs 13,538

A refrigerator – Rs 16,990

Total Amount of purchasing By Adding – Rs 30,528

The Amount Rs 19,472 left with Anitha

Question 4.

60,000 school uniforms are provided for school children of a district. 12,372 and 23,3 uniforms were distributed to schools of two talks of a district. Find how many uniforms are remaining.

Answer:

For a District 60,000 school uniforms provided for children.

12,372 & 23,003 uniforms were distributed to schools of two talk of the district

By Adding

By Subtracting

24,625 uniforms are remaining