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Which operation should be used to solve the following problem?

Miss Lindberg traveled 2103 miles. Ms. Torres traveled 2345 miles. How much farther did Ms. Torres travel than Ms. Lindberg?
2. Subtraction
3. Multiplication
4. Division
What value of n makes this number sentence true?

60 - n = 35
1. 95
2. 30
3. 35
4. 25
Subtract.

$5,003,208-611,019$
1. 5,614,227
2. 5,492,299
3. 4,492,289
4. 4,392,189
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
Find the difference between 7,505 and 5,875.
1. 1,720
2. 1,630
3. 2,480
4. 2,580
Andrew had 5,068 stamps. He sold some to Ron and had 3,842 left. How many did he sell to Ron? Select the correct equation and answer.
1. 5,068 + 3,842 = p; p =8,910 stamps
2. 5,068 - p = 3,842; p = 1,226 stamps
3. 3,842 + p = 5,068; p = 8,910 stamps
4. 5,068 - 3,842 = p; p = 2,826 stamps
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.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
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
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
7003 - 4358 =        2645
93,468 - 12,875 =
1. 71,413
2. 80,413
3. 80,593
4. 75,892
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
There were 88,000 people at the concert. Of those people, 2,556 got free tickets. How many people had to pay for their tickets?
1. 78,980
2. 85,000
3. 85,444
4. 82,987
What is the value of m? 144 - m = 79
1. 75
2. 213
3. 223
4. 65
Mary had 304 buttons. She lost 178 buttons. How many buttons does she have left?
1. 126
2. 136
3. 118
4. 28
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
Tina and Tom participated in a rope jumping contest last year. They jumped a combined total of 147,850 times. Tina jumped 78,740 times. How many times did Tom jump?
1. 226,590
2. 69,110
3. 68,110
4. 169,110
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
9000 - 3782=
1. 5218
2. 5328
3. 6782
4. 12,782
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
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
What is 10 less than 805?
1. 815
2. 795
3. 905
4. 785
Grade 4 Subtraction with Regrouping CCSS: 4.NBT.B.4
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
The normal price of a car is $15,900. During a sale, the car is$1,499 less than the normal price. What is the sale price?
1. $14,401 2.$14,501
3. $14,509 4.$15,599
$5,246 - 789 =$
$5003-1659=$=       3344