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## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 3 Answer Key Subtraction up to 1,000

**Put On Your Thinking cap!**

**challenging Practice**

**Write the missing numbers.**

Question 1.

Answer:

The missing number is 7.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and subtrahend. So to find the missing number we will add the difference and the subtrahend. Add 151+123 which is 274, so the missing number is 7.

Question 2.

Answer:

The missing number is 5.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and subtrahend. So to find the missing number we will add the difference and the subtrahend. Add 271+328 which is 599, so the missing number is 5.

Question 3.

Answer:

The missing number is 2.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and minuend. So to find the missing number we will subtract the minuend and the difference, subtract 816-191 which is 625, so the missing number is 2.

Question 4.

Answer:

The missing number is 5.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and minuend. So to find the missing number we will subtract the minuend and the difference, subtract 500-146 which is 354, so the missing number is 5.

Question 5.

Answer:

The missing number is 0.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and subtrahend. So to find the missing number we will add the difference and the subtrahend. Add 449+251 which is 700, so the missing number is 0.

Question 6.

Answer:

The missing number is 0.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the difference and subtrahend. So to find the missing number we will add the difference and the subtrahend. Add 476+427 which is 903, so the missing number is 0.

**Solve.**

Question 7.

a. Write the numbers in order from greatest to least.

Answer:

996, 969, 966, 699, 696.

Explanation:

The numbers are in order from greatest to least is 996, 969, 966, 699, 696.

b. Subtract the least number from the greatest number. Show your work.

Answer:

300.

Explanation:

Here, the greatest number is 996 and the least number is 696. So the subtraction between them is 996-696 which is 300.

**Put On Your Thinking Cap!**

**Fill in the blanks with the numbers below.**

Answer:

606-390 = 216.

Explanation:

Here, 606-390 is 216.

**Chapter Review/Test**

**Vocabulary**

Question 1.

Fill in the blanks with words from the box. The words may be used more than once.

Step 1

Subtract the ______.

4 ones – 2 ones = 2 ones

As 7 tens cannot be subtracted from 3 tens.

_____________ the hundreds and __________

6 hundreds 3 tens 5 ____________ 13 tens

Step 2

Subtract the ___.

13 tens – 7 tens = 6 tens

Step 3

Subtract the ____.

5 hundreds – 2 hundreds = 3 hundreds

Use ____________ to check your answer.

If 634 – 272 = 362, then 362 + 272 = 634.

Answer:

634 – 272 = 362

Explanation:

Step 1

Subtract the ones.

4 ones – 2 ones = 2 ones

As 7 tens cannot be subtracted from 3 tens.

Regroup the hundreds and then subtract.

6 hundreds 3 tens 5 ____________ 13 tens

Step 2

Subtract thetens.

13 tens – 7 tens = 6 tens

Step 3

Subtract the hundreds.

5 hundreds – 2 hundreds = 3 hundreds

Use addition to check your answer.

If 634 – 272 = 362, then 362 + 272 = 634.

**Concepts and Skills**

**Subtract**

**Then match those with the same answer.**

Question 2.

Answer:

**Problem Solving**

**Solve.**

**Show how to check your answer.**

Question 3.

A supermarket has 4-12 bottles of apple juice. 123 bottles of apple juice are sold. How many bottles of apple juice are left?

___ bottles of apple juice are left.

Answer:

Question 4.

Mr. Smith made 207 sandwiches. 18 sandwiches are tuna. How many sandwiches are not tuna?

____ sandwiches are not tuna.

Answer:

189 sandwiches are not tuna.

Explanation:

Given that Mr. Smith made 207 sandwiches and 18 sandwiches are tuna. So the number of sandwiches are not tuna is 207-18 which is 189 sandwiches.

Question 5.

The Morgans drive 864 miles in the first week of their vacation. They drive 178 fewer miles in the second week. How many miles do they drive in the second week?

They drive ____ miles in the second week.

Answer:

They drive 686 miles in the second week.

Explanation:

Given that the Morgans drive 864 miles in the first week of their vacation and they drive 178 fewer miles in the second week. So the number of miles do they drive in the second week is 864-178 which is 686 miles.

Question 6.

The Health Food Store has 600 jars of strawberry jam. It has 167 more jars of strawberry jam than blueberry jam. How many jars of blueberry jam does the store have?

The store has ___ jars of blueberry jam.

Answer:

The store has 767 jars of blueberry jam.

Explanation:

Given that the health food store has 600 jars of strawberry jam and it has 167 more jars of strawberry jam than blueberry jam. So the number of jars of blueberry jam does the store had is 600+167 which is 767 blueberry jam.