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.
It is the answer to a subtraction problem.
It depends on the problem. An integer subtraction can be one number, take away another number.
The number of the sub you do first
-3/16 since the answer is negative (the second number is larger) and the problem is subtraction you minus the second number from the first then make the answer negative and you have the answer
The answer in a subtraction problem is difference.
A subtrahend is the second number in a subtraction problem. 8-2=6 8 8 is called the minuend and 2 is called the subtrahend. The opposite of subtraction so the opposite of a subtrahend is an addend.
minuend and subtrahend
Add your answer with the lower number of the subtraction problem and if it adds up to the upper number then you are right.
The answer to a subtraction problem is called the difference.
When you have a negative number after the subtraction sign it turns in to addition. For example +7 - (-7) = 14 and (-7) - 7 = (-14)
No, the answer in a subtraction problem is the difference.
In any subtraction sum, such as 5 - 3 = 2, the first number is the minuend, the second number is the subtrahend, and the answer is called the difference.
The minuend is the first number in a subtraction problem and the subtrahend is the second number. So the subtrahend is subtracted from the minuend to give the difference.Minuend - subtrahend = difference
you calll the answer to a subtraction problem a difference
It is still a subtraction problem.
The result of a subtraction problem is called the difference.
In any subtraction sum such as a - b = c, the a is the minuend, the b the subtrahend, and the c the difference.
There are two ways to make a subtraction problem with a positive answer.Subtract a larger number from a smaller number. EX. 17-7= 10Subtract a positive number from a negative number. EX. 5--6= 11