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# Subtraction Word Problems - Up To 5 Digits (Grade 4)

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## Subtraction Word Problems - Up To 5 Digits

1.
Ashlyn and Madison went to the post office. They bought 2,789 rose stamps. If Ashlyn bought 61 rose stamps, how many rose stamps did Madison buy?
1. 2,850
2. 2,730
3. 2,728
4. 2,628
2.
Mr. Gomez traveled 5,389 miles last year. Mr. Burton traveled 7,912 miles. How many more miles did Mr. Burton travel than Mr. Gomez?
1. 2,517
2. 2,523
3. 2,673
4. 2,677
3.
Arthur picked 4,045 oranges and Savanna picked 83,993 oranges from the orange grove. What is the difference in the number of oranges they picked?
1. 78,948
2. 80,948
3. 79,948
4. 79,957
4.
Mr. Edwards picked 801 of the 7,965 berries on the bushes in his yard. How many berries are left?
1. 7,164
2. 8,766
3. 8765
4. 7865
5.
Joe got 34,867 points playing a video game and Carlos got 29,978 points. How many more points did Joe get than Carlos?
1. 14,889
2. 4,999
3. 4,989
4. 4,889
6.
Ms. Rice drove 12,481 miles and Mr. Whitaker only drove 10,913 miles. How many more miles did Ms. Rice drive than Mr. Whitaker?
1. 2,568
2. 1,568
3. 1,562
4. 23,394
7.
John and Bob both collected baseball cards. John has 2,326 cards. Bob has 5,798 cards. ABOUT how many more cards does Bob have than John?

8.
A musical group made 8,000 copies of a CD. So far, they have sold 6,280 copies. How many CD copies are left?

9.
The Empire State Building is 1,250 feet high.

The Shanghai Tower is 2,073 feet high.

What is the difference, in feet, of these two heights?

10.
Police officers walk about 1,632 miles per year. Mail carriers walk about 1,056 miles per year. About how many more miles does a police officer walk in a year than a mail carrier?

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