"How much ... all together ?" usually means add. "How much ... left ?" usually means subtract.
it means to subtract
you have to subtract because when you say hw many than you have to add when you say how much you have to subtract.
Left to right.
If you subtract five from ten you are left with five.You can subtract the sugar and add honey for this recipe if you prefer.
When it says how much more you would subtract the little number from the big number. Hope Im Helpful
According to the order of operations, addition and subtraction have the same precedence. That means that you add/subtract from left to right. PEMDAS is misleading use PEMorDSorA
it means to subtract
Subtract the smaller distance from the larger one.
So that you only have to add/subtract the numerator which makes it much easier.
How do you add or subtract energy?
When you add, your answer is the sum.When you subtract, your answer is the difference.
On the number line if you subtract a positive you move left. If you add a positive you move right. If add a negative you move left. If you subtract a negative you move right. That is just how I learned it. I don't know a wordy explanation.
You add or subtract only the numerators
does how many mean add or subtract
You have to add the additive inverse. To subtract q, you add -q.
You can only add or subtract like terms. So, you subtract 9x from 2x, which gives you -7x. Then subtract -9 from 3 to get -6. And you are left with -7x -6.
If you want to use a number line to add and subtract, it can be done with a slide rule. But it is much easier to use an electronic calculator.
It depends on how the rest of the question is worded. If it says "how many were left," for example, that means to subtract. On the other hand, if it says something like "how many were added," it means to add.
How much more means to subtract. For example, "How much more is 9 than 3?". The answer would be 9-3 which is 6.
Yes, you can add or subtract under the radical.
By the signs: 2+2(Add) 2-2(Subtract) +=add -=subtract