Subtraction with Regrouping.

__Subtraction
with Regrouping.__

**EXAMPLES**

**1.** Subtract 3285 from 5657

**Step: 1**

Arrange the numbers in columns as
shown below.

**Step 1:** It is not possible to subtract 8 tens from 5 tens.
So, borrow 1 hundred from the hundreds column.

**Step 2:** 6 hundreds = 5 hundreds + 1 hundred. Transfer 1
hundred to the tens place.

1 hundred = 10
tens. So,

10 tens + 5 tens =
15 tens.

**Step 3:** Now subtract 2 hundreds from 5 hundreds.

**Step 4:** Then 3 thousand from 5 thousand.

**Step: 2**

Subtract column wise.

**5657 − 3285 = 2372**

**2.** The sum of two numbers is 4204, one number is
1207. Find the other number.

**Solution:**

Sum of two number = 4204

One number = 1207

**Other number = 2997**

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