Math basic concept on subtraction word

problems – 1-digit numbers for the first grade. To understand the word problems with

different digits combinations read the question carefully and follow the steps

provided.

**Suppose,
a man had 7 apples, he ate 3 of them. How many apples are still left?**

Here we know that when 3 things are taken

from 7 things there are then 4 things left. Therefore, the answer to the

question is 4 apples.

This subtraction sum may be written

down in either of the following ways:

7 – 3 = 4

or

We notice that to subtract 3 from 7 is

the same as finding what must beaded to 3 to make 7.

This is a good way of doing subtraction sums. Thus, in subtracting 3 from 7 you say in your mind ’3 and how many more make 7?’ **The answer is 4.**

Worked-out examples on subtraction word problems – 1-digit numbers:

**1.** There are 4 kites in all. 2 of the kites are crossed out to show that they are being taken away. What number do you get when you start with 4 and take away 2?

To find 4 minus 2, count the kites that are not crossed out.

There

are 2 kites left. When you start with 4 and take away 2, you are left with 2.

**So, 4 – 2 = 2**

**2.** There are 5 footballs in all. 3 of the

footballs are crossed out to show that they are being taken away or lost. What

number do you get when you start with 5 and take away 3?

To find 5 minus 3, count the footballs that are not crossed out.

There

are 2 footballs left. When you start with 5 and take away 3, you are left with 2.

**So, 5 – 3 = 2**

**3.
**There are 9 ice-creams in all. 3 of the

ice-creams are crossed out to show that they are being taken away or eaten.

What number do you get when you start with 9 and take away 3?

To find 9 minus 3, count the ice-creams that are not crossed out.

There

are 6 ice-creams left. When you start with 9 and take away 3, you are left with

6.

**So, 9 – 3 = 6**

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