How much more means to subtract. For example, "How much more is 9 than 3?". The answer would be 9-3 which is 6.
"How much ... all together ?" usually means add. "How much ... left ?" usually means subtract.
The word (difference) in the question is indicating that you need to subtract. In a math operation, when you see the words difference, how much more, or exceed these all mean you need to subtract.
Okay. You would subtract because if a problem asks you Jill walk 0.5 to school and 0.3 back to home "HOW MUCH" does she need to walk to get home which will equal to 0.2 so see
Well if your doing math much like how much means add and if it says how much more it means subtract:)
it means to subtract
It means that you look pretty which him saying you look beautiful is much better then saying you're sexy because beautiful has more meaning.
When a girl says that to you she is saying it from the heart and you are more important then the world she lives in which if you think about it, its a lot. But most importantly she is just saying that she loves you all so much!
The idea is to subtract 48 - 30.
well you need to find out what the problem is befor u answer it.
too much info
3562 is 1891 more than 1671. To get this number subtract 3562 from 1671.
you have to subtract because when you say hw many than you have to add when you say how much you have to subtract.
"Add" or "added" means addition. Of course, you may have to subtract to actually solve the problem. If the question is: "How much is added to 5 to get 7", that means 5 + "how much" = 7; but to actually calculate the "how much", you subtract 7 - 5.
If by saying how much, you mean how much money does a french bulldog cost, then the answer is: anywhere from $1,200-2,500 dollars or even more depending on whether or not the dog is show quality.
(11.05) + (12.21) = 23.26 subtract (12.21)-(11.05)=1.16
It depends on the context. For instance if I ask, "I have 3 apples, how many more will it take to make 7?" the best way to get to the answer would be to subtract what you already have (3) from the target amount (7). Or you could add one at a time until you get 7. Either way, you get 4 as the answer. Normally, this would imply adding, but if you already have the answer and need to find the other value to get there, then you must subtract.
so you see, first you multiply 5 and 6 then subtract 15 add 2 more and subtract 17 byee
The saying 'you can have too much of a good thing' means that something pleasant may become unpleasant in the long-run.
another word for cool. But saying coolio is much cooler
It means you are important to him. "A great deal" is a way of saying "very much."
i think we may need more info here what do you mean by the socket ? are you just saying the light to the plate is not working ?