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Rudolph measures 2.84m tall, however Vixen is only 1.97m high. What is the difference in their heights ?. 1. Mrs Barlow bought two Christmas presents, which cost £5.49 and £12.99. What was her change from £20 ?. 2.

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

Rudolph measures 2.84m tall, however Vixen is only 1.97m high. What is the difference in their heights?

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Year 5 Christmas Subtraction Problems/HB/Quinzone


Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

Mrs Barlow bought two Christmas presents, which cost £5.49 and £12.99. What was her change from £20?

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Year 5 Christmas Subtraction Problems/HB/Quinzone


Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

A school prints 1645 raffle tickets for its Christmas Fayre. They sell 472 tickets. How many tickets are left over?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

A florist makes 1745 Christmas wreaths. He sells 677 on Monday and a further 594 on Tuesday. How many wreaths does he still have left to sell?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

Father Christmas loads his sleigh with 1345 presents. He delivers 258 presents. How many are left?

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Year 5 Christmas Subtraction Problems/HB/Quinzone


Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

1461 places are set for Christmas dinner at a posh hotel. Each guest is given a Christmas cracker. Only 1257 guests pull their crackers. How many remain untouched?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

Year 5 make some mince pies. Each mince pie contains 40 grams of mincemeat. They use a 1 kg jar of mincemeat. How much mincemeat is left after making 8 mince pies?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

From a 2.5m length of ribbon, Santa’s elves cut a piece measuring 1.3m and another piece 0.4m long. How much ribbon is left?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

A sack contains 4.8 kg of reindeer food. Rudolph nibbles 150 grams of food each day. How much food is left at the end of the week.

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Year 5 Christmas Subtraction Problems/HB/Quinzone


Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

A pair of trainers cost £48. In the Christmas sale there is 25% off all sportswear. What is the cost of the trainers in the Christmas sale?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

A robin catches 8 worms an hour between the hours of 5am and 5 pm. He feeds half of them to his young chicks. How many does he eat in 3 days?

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Year 5 christmas subtraction problems

Santa bought a new sleigh at a cost of £6490. He has to pay a 10%

deposit. How much is there still left to pay?

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Answers

Answers

  • 87 cm or 0.87m

  • £1.52

  • 1173 tickets

  • 474 wreaths

  • 1087 presents

  • 204 crackers

  • 680g

8. 80cm or 0.8m

9. 3750g or 3.75kg

10. £36

11. 144 worms

12. £5,841

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