# Worksheet on Subtraction of Metric Measures | Subtracting Metric Units Worksheets with Answers

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Problem 1:
Subtract 661cm 32mm from 972 cm 53 mm. Write the final value?

Solution:

As given in the question, the values are 973cm 53mm, and 661cm 32mm
Now, we can perform the subtraction of given values to get the final value. Subtraction means removing the digits from one number to another number.
So, the given value is 973cm 53mm – 661cm 32mm,
973cm 53mm – 661cm 32mm = 312 cm 21 mm.
Therefore, the final value of the given values is 312 cm 21 mm.

Problem 2:
Find the value of the 65l 36 ml – 21l 14ml =?

Solution:

As given in the question, the 65l 36 ml – 21l 14ml.
Now, we will find the value of the given values.
In between the given values the ‘-‘ (minus sign) is present. So, to perform the subtraction rule we will get the final value.
Subtraction means minus or removing the digits from one number to another number.
So, the given values are 65l 36 ml – 21l 14ml,
65l 36 ml – 21l 14ml = 44 l 15 ml.
Therefore, after subtracting the final value is 44 l 15 ml.

Problem 3:
Subtract the below-given value, and write the difference value.
13 kg 6hg 8dag 9g 4dg 3 cg and 6kg 4hg 2 dag 8g 1dg 3 cg.

Solution:

As given in the question, the values are 13 kg 6hg 8dag 9g 4dg 3cg and 6kg 4hg 2dag 8g 1dg 3cg.
Now, we can perform the subtraction operation to get the value of the given numbers.
First, arrange the given numbers in columns vertically and also remember to write the highest number on the top and the least number below. Start subtracting from right to left like as shown below,
Therefore, after subtracting the difference value is 7kg 2hg 6dag 1g 3dg 0cg.

Problem 4:Â
Subtract 326 hm 68dam from 547hm 46dam. Write the difference value.

Solution:

As given in the question, the value is 547hm 46dam – 326 hm 68dam.
Now, we will find the difference value of the given values.
In between given values, we have a subtraction symbol. So, we can perform a subtraction operation to get the difference value.
In subtraction, first, arrange the given numbers in the columns vertically and also remember to write the highest number on the top and the least number below. Start subtracting from right to left like as shown below,
Therefore, the difference value of the given value is 220 hm 78dam.

Problem 5:
From 1L of the milk bottle, Arun gave 425ml milk to the dog and 250 ml to the cat. How much milk was left?

Solution:

As given in the question,
Milk in the bottle is 1 L. (We know that 1L = 1000 mL)
Milk is given to the dog = 325 mL
Milk is given to the cat = 250 mL
Now, we will find the left of milk in 1liter. Using subtraction, we get the value.
So, the total milk used is 325 mL + 250 mL = 575 mL.
Now, find the left of milk,
Milk left = Total milk – used milk
Substitute the values within the above expression, we get
Milk left = 1000 mL – 575 mL
Milk left = 425 mL
Therefore, 425 mL milk was left in the bottle.

Problem 6:
Rakesh has a 6m 45 cm long rope. He cuts one piece of 3m 24cm. Find the length of the left of the rope.

Solution:

In the given question,
The total length of the rope is 6m 45 cm long.
Length of rope Rakesh cut is 3m 24 cm.
Now, we will perform the subtraction operation to find the remaining length of the rope.
So, Rope left = Total length of the rope – Length of cut Rope.
Substitute the values in the above expression, we get the value.
Rope left = 6m 45 cm – 3m 24 cm = 3m 21 cm.
Therefore, the length of the remaining rope is 3m 21 cm.

Problem 7:
A can of 15 liters of oil was purchased for a function. After the function, 8 l 300ml of oil was left in the can. In function, How much oil was used?

Solution:

As given in the question,
The total no. of liters of oil can have 15 liters.
The left of the oil in the can is 8l 300ml.
Now, we will find the total no. of liters of oil used in Function.
Using the subtraction rule, we get the used oil value.
So, Oil used = Total oil – Left of oil.
Substitute the value, we get
Oil used = 15 litres – 8lit 300ml = 6 lit 700 ml
Hence, the total liters of oil used in function is 6 lit 700 ml.

Problem 8:
On Sunday, Rupal walked 6km 300 m and Gauri walked 4 km 850m. Who walked more and by how much?

Solution:

In the given question,
Rupal walked 6km 300m.
Gauri walked 4 km 840 m.
Now, first, the who walked more and then find the difference between both walked distances.
Based on the given data, Rupal walked more.
So, Rupal extra walked = Rupal walkedÂ  – Gauri walked.
Substitute the given values above, we get
Rupal extra walked = 6 km 300m – 4 km 840 m = 1 km 460 m.
Therefore, Rupal walked more and she walks an extra 1 km 460 m more than Gauri.

Problem 9:
Subtract the value 240.317kl from 634.526kl. Write the final value.

Solution:

As given in the question, the values are 240.317kl from 634.526kl.
Now, we will find the final value of the given values.
Subtraction means removing the digit from one number to another number. In subtraction, first, arrange the given numbers in the columns vertically and also remember to write the highest number on the top and the least number below. Start subtracting from right to left like as shown below,
Therefore, after subtraction, the final value is 394.209kl.

Problem 10:Â
Find the value of the following,
375.42 hm – 304.30 hm

Solution:

As given in the question, the values are 375.42 hm – 304.30 hm.
Now, we will find the value of the given values.
In between given numbers, the ‘-‘(minus sign) is present. So, we will perform the subtraction operation then we get the value.
So, the given values are,
375.42 hm – 304.30 hm = 071.12hm
Hence, the final value of the given values is 71.12 hm.

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