Q: What do you call the number we take away in a subtraction sentence?

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The minuend

well at my primary school we used to call subtraction take away because you 'took away' some of the numbers. at my high school though we call it minus hope I've helped :)

The answer you get when subtracting one number from another is called the "difference."

In any subtraction sum, such as 8 - 3 = 5, the first number is the minuend, the second number is the subtrahend, and the third number, following the equals sign, is the difference.

The answer to a subtraction problem is called the difference. It is called this, because when you are subtracting you are finding the difference between one number and another.

The answer in a subtraction problem is difference.

In a subtraction sum, such as 8 - 3 = 5, the first number is called the minuend, and the second number is the subtrahend.

In subtraction, the minuend minus the subtrahend equals the difference.

We call it an inverse

Difference.

minus

Difference

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a number sentence.

the number that is being subracted (4-5) the 5 is called a subtrahend and the other is a minuend.

Minuend and subtrahend

The minuend

you have to do column addition or subtraction putting it in the right column thousand column,hundreds column,tens column or ones as we call it unis

to call away means to call someone away from them or call whoever you want.

It's usually referred to as an "expression."

It is usually referred to as an equation.

They are the four basic operations in math.

You call it an exclamatory sentence.

In subtraction, the minuend minus the subtrahend equals the difference.

you call a sentence that rhyme's a poem. Yeah its a peom

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