## Story Sum Of Substraction

- A library had 30,000 books, but 10,567 were lost. How many books are left?
- A farmer had 50,000 kg of rice, but sold 35,432 kg. How much rice is left?
- A factory produced 60,000 gadgets, but 45,678 were defective. How many gadgets are left?
- A company had 100,000 shares of stock but sold 75,890 shares. How many shares are left?
- A school had 25,000 students but 18,765 graduated. How many students remain?
- A hospital had 40,000 patients, but 28,567 were discharged. How many patients remain?
- A zoo had 20,000 animals but transferred 12,345 to another zoo. How many animals remain?
- A construction company had 80,000 bricks but used 55,678 for a project. How many bricks are left?
- A bakery baked 10,000 pies but sold 6,789. How many pies are left?
- A bookstore had 15,000 books but sold 9,876. How many books are left?
- A library had 8,000 magazines, but 3,567 were discarded. How many magazines are left?
- A school had 5,000 computers but 2,345 were damaged. How many computers are left?
- A company manufactured 90,000 units but recalled 50,000. How many units are left?
- A farmer harvested 70,000 kg of vegetables but sold 50,678 kg. How much is left?
- A company had 200,000 employees but laid off 150,000. How many employees are left?
- A zoo had 30,000 animals but transferred 20,000 to another zoo. How many animals remain?
- A hospital had 100,000 patients but discharged 75,000. How many patients remain?
- A school had 50,000 students but 30,000 graduated. How many students remain?
- A library had 60,000 books but lent out 45,000. How many books are left?
- A factory had 40,000 units in inventory but sold 25,000. How many units are left?
- A bookstore had 35,000 books but sold 20,000. How many books are left?
- A construction company built 100,000 homes but demolished 25,000. How many homes remain?
- A school had 200,000 students but 150,000 graduated. How many students remain?
- A bakery baked 50,000 loaves of bread but sold 30,000. How many loaves are left?
- A farmer harvested 150,000 kg of wheat but sold 100,000 kg. How much wheat is left?
- A company manufactured 300,000 phones but recalled 200,000. How many phones are left?
- A warehouse stored 400,000 boxes but shipped out 250,000. How many boxes remain?
- A school had 500,000 students but 300,000 graduated. How many students are left?
- A bakery baked 200,000 cookies but sold 150,000. How many cookies are left?
- A farmer harvested 250,000 kg of potatoes but sold 150,000 kg. How much is left?
- A hospital admitted 300,000 patients and discharged 200,000. How many patients remain?
- A company had 600,000 employees but laid off 400,000. How many employees are left?
- A zoo had 450,000 animals but transferred 300,000 to another zoo. How many animals remain?
- A factory had 500,000 units in inventory but sold 350,000. How many units are left?
- A bookstore had 400,000 books but sold 250,000. How many books are left?
- A construction company built 700,000 homes but demolished 300,000. How many homes remain?
- A school had 800,000 students but 500,000 graduated. How many students remain?
- A bakery baked 600,000 loaves of bread but sold 400,000. How many loaves are left?
- A farmer harvested 700,000 kg of wheat but sold 500,000 kg. How much wheat is left?
- A company manufactured 800,000 phones but recalled 600,000. How many phones are left?
- A warehouse stored 900,000 boxes but shipped out 700,000. How many boxes remain?
- A school had 1,000,000 students but 750,000 graduated. How many students are left?
- A bakery baked 1,200,000 cookies but sold 800,000. How many cookies are left?
- A farmer harvested 1,500,000 kg of potatoes but sold 1,000,000 kg. How much is left?
- A hospital admitted 2,000,000 patients and discharged 1,500,000. How many patients remain?
- A company had 3,000,000 employees but laid off 2,000,000. How many employees are left?
- A zoo had 2,500,000 animals but transferred 1,500,000 to another zoo. How many animals remain?
- A factory had 2,000,000 units in inventory but sold 1,500,000. How many units are left?
- A bookstore had 3,000,000 books but sold 2,000,000. How many books are left?
- A construction company built 4,000,000 homes but demolished 1,000,000. How many homes remain?
- A school had 5,000,000 students but 3,500,000 graduated. How many students remain?
- A bakery baked 4,000,000 loaves of bread but sold 2,500,000. How many loaves are left?
- A farmer harvested 3,000,000 kg of wheat but sold 2,000,000 kg. How much wheat is left?
- A company manufactured 5,000,000 phones but recalled 3,000,000. How many phones are left?
- A warehouse stored 6,000,000 boxes but shipped out 4,000,000. How many boxes remain?
- A school had 7,000,000 students but 5,000,000 graduated. How many students are left?
- A bakery baked 8,000,000 cookies but sold 6,000,000. How many cookies are left?
- A farmer harvested 9,000,000 kg of potatoes but sold 7,000,000 kg. How much is left?
- A hospital admitted 10,000,000 patients and discharged 8,000,000. How many patients remain?
- A company had 12,000,000 employees but laid off 9,000,000. How many employees are left?
- A zoo had 15,000,000 animals but transferred 10,000,000 to another zoo. How many animals remain?
- A factory had 18,000,000 units in inventory but sold 13,000,000. How many units are left?
- A bookstore had 20,000,000 books but sold 15,000,000. How many books are left?
- A construction company built 25,000,000 homes but demolished 10,000,000. How many homes remain?
- A school had 30,000,000 students but 20,000,000 graduated. How many students remain?
- A bakery baked 35,000,000 loaves of bread but sold 25,000,000. How many loaves are left?