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Q: When do you regroup in a subtraction sentence?

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When the lower digit is greater than the upper one.

With addition, you need to regroup in the event that there are more than 10 ones or 10 tens. In a subtraction, you must regroup whenever there are insufficient ones or tens to subtract.

To regroup means to rearrange groups in place value to carry out an operation. We use regrouping in subtraction, when digits in the minuend are smaller than the digits in the same place in the subtrahend. Here's how we regroup hundred and tens to subtract 182 from 427.

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You need to regroup when you have something like 46-39. You would cross out the 6 and make it a 16, because you are taking ten from the 4, then you cross out the 4 then make it a three, then you should get 7.

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