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well you start with 101 and subtract 2 from it, you get 99, so you arn't subtracting from 101 anymore so its 1.

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Starting with 101, you'll subtract 2 fifty times.That will take you down to ' 1 '.So you'll have to subtract one more time to get to zero.51 times all together.

You write down the numbers you want to add and subtract, making sure the decimal points are aligned. Then, you add (or subtract) EXACTLY as you would add or subtract integers. The decimal point in the solution should be aligned with the decimal points in the original numbers.

The adding numbers keep going up, and the subtracting numbers keep going down: # Plus 4 # Subtract 3 # Plus 5 # Subtract 2 # Plus 6 # Subtract 1

align the decimals and subtract as you normally would. make sure after subtracting you bring the decimal down. replace empty space with zeros. for example: 1.340 - 1.3250 will look like this 1.340 - 1.3250 another example: 10.39485 - 9.847 will look like this. 10.39485 - 9.84700 <----see how I added zeros. When your done subtracting, you bring the decimal straight down to your answer. 7.584 - 5.483 _________ 2.101 SORRY, WHEN I POSTED IT MOVED ALL THE NUMBERS AND TRIED TO RE-POST TO GET THEM TO ALIGN

Adding and subtracting decimals is easy. When you put the numbers one above the other, line up the decimals vertically and treat as you would any whole number just keep the decimals in line and bring it straight down to your answer.

Long division ......42.1588 ...--------- 9 | 379.43 <----- divide 9 into 37. .....36 <-----------this is 4 times 9 .....__ <----------subtract 36 from 37 .......19 <--------- that leaves 1, bring down the next number and divide the new one by 9 .......18 <--------- this is 2 times 9 .......__ <--------- subtract 18 from 19 .........14 <-------- that leaves 1, bring down the next number and divide the new one by 9 ...........9 <-------- this is 1 times 9 ..........__ <-------- subtract 9 from 14 ...........53 <------- that leaves 5, bring down the next number and divide the new one by 9 ...........45 <------- this is 5 times 9 ...........__ <------- subtract 45 from 53 .............80 <------ that leaves 8, as there is no 'next' number we use 0 and divide by 9 .............72 <------ this is 8 times 9 .............__ <------ subtract ...............80 ...............72 ...............__ As the division process keeps generating the remainder of 8 from here onwards, we say that the answer is 42.1588 recurring.

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To add to the current selection, hold down SHIFT and make the selection.. To subtract from the current selection, hold down ALT and make the selection..

Mark up would mean to add. Mark down would mean to subtract.

You start by writing it down, then you solve by adding or subtracting equal amounts from both sides, until you get the A by itself. 9 + A = 7 9 + A (- 9) = 7 (- 9) <subtract 9 from both sides> A = 7 - 9 <on the left side, 9-9=0, so they cancel each other out> solve or simply the right side for the final answer

1. Divide 2. Multiply (compare) 3. Subtract 4. Compare 5. Bring down 6. Start over

One way you can subtract fractions is to change them into decimals, aligning the decimals vertically, then subtracting like you would with whole numbers, making sure to carry down the decimal. Another way that you can subtract fractions is to use the least common denominator (lcd). First, simplify the fractions. Then find the multiples of the denominators. When you find the multiple included in both lists that is the least, multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number in order to make the denominator into the lcd. Then, subtract the numerators and simplify the answer. Example: 2/3 - 1/2 = 4/6 - 3/6 = 1/6

The following is an example of how to divide 238 by 8: Break it down. 8 goes into 23 two times, because 8x2=16. So then you subtract 16 from 23, and you get 7. Then you bring down the 8. 8 goes into 78 nine times (8x9=72) so then you subtract 72 from 78 and you get 6. Then you go into decimals. Put a decimal point (.) down and then add a zero after the 238 so it looks like this: 238.0 Then you bring down the zero and you have 60. 8 goes into 60 seven times. 8x7=57. 60-56=4. Then you bring down another 0. 8 goes into 40 five times. 8x5=40 so you put down the five, and you have your answer.

If you do -5+-5 you get -10 which is not a positive number. If you subtract two negative numbers you could get a positive depending on what number you are subtracting. E.G. -5 - -9 =4 which is positive. A good rule a thumb is -- goes up +- goes down.

Dracula Must Suck Blood!Seriously -- that reminds you to Divide, Multiply, Subtract, and Bring-down!You can also use the longer version: Does McDonald's Sell Cheese Burgers and Shakes?This reminds you to Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Check(that the divisor is larger than your remainder), Bring(down the next number), and Start (all over again)

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You have to get common denominators and then subtract the biggest numerator (top number) by the smallest, you may have to cnacel the fraction down to get the smallest possible fraction

you add and subtract decimals by writing down your number and then line up your decimal's.yourwelcome kinda smart for a math problem like that huh?

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56 ÷ 30 = 1 with remainder 26.Then, add a decimal after 1 and continue dividingAfter bringing down your zero it becomes 260Then you multiply 8x30 to make 240 which you subtract from 260After that you get 200, and then you use 6 again to make 180 to subtract it from 6.For you answer you get 1.86

Dealing with negative numbers might be confusing at first, but try and visualise (or draw) a number scale, starting with 0 at the middle and going up the positive numbers above and down the negative numbers below, like this: (etc.) ^ 4 -| 3 -| 2 -| 1 -| 0 -| -1 -| -2 -| -3 -| -4- | V (etc.) By adding, we effectively move up this number line; by subtracting, we move down it. With negative one minus one, we are starting with minus one, then subtracting positive one, i.e. -1 - (1). So we start at -1, then by subtracting 1 we move down 1 space to -2. Therefore -1 - 1 = -2

To subtract 0.5 from 0.05 first line up the decimal points in your equation. If you need to add a zero behind the 5 in 0.5 so you get 0.50. Then subtract as if there was no decimal point (take it as 50-5). After you subtract bring the decimal point down. You should end up with 0.45.

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well if your problem is 4100-3605 them just subtract and get 495, but if your problem is 3905-4100 you go down to decimals and get -495 (thats negitive) -M♥

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