In any subtraction sum such as 7 - 3 = 4, the number in the solution is called the difference.
It depends on the problem. An integer subtraction can be one number, take away another number.
Having learned how to do subtraction, he could subtract one number from another.
The answer you get when subtracting one number from another is called the "difference."
Because when one rational number is subtracted from another rational number the result is a rational number. Don't forget that integers (ℤ) are a subset of rational numbers (ℚ).
We're missing a verb there. The answer in an addition problem is the sum. The answer in a subtraction problem is the difference. The answer in a multiplication problem is the product. The answer in a division problem is the quotient.
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.
mathematics the act or process of deducting one number or quantity from another.
When subtracting one fraction to another, one or both fractions are renamed so that they have the same denominators. Then the result of the subtraction is the equal to the subtraction of the numerators divided by the common denominator.
The result of one number multiplied by another number would be the product.It depends what number you are using as the another. If its one its 1*1=1, or two 1*2=2, it can go on as long it is 1*____ it would equal what ____ is.
When one number is subtracted from another number, the result is known as the difference.
It is called the sum
The result is called the quotient Don't thank me thank my math teacher;)
The quotient is the result of dividing one number by another. Give us another number, we'll give you a quotient.