The result is called the quotient Don't thank me thank my math teacher;)
When you subtract one number from another, the result is called the difference. What does your question mean? If by "when two whole numbers are subtracted" you mean that you subtract one whole number from the minuend, and then you subtract another whole number from the difference, then the answer you get is another difference. In effect, you have one minuend and two subtrahends.
Yes, you can, but it starts getting complicated. You can, for example have a number raised to an exponent that is itself a number raised to an exponent, or you can have a number raised to an exponent and the result raised to another exponent.
You do the following: 1) Divide the second number by the first. This will give you a factor, for example 1.20. 2) Subtract 1 from the result. This gives you the increase as a factor, for example, 0.20. 3) Multiply the result by 100, to convert to a percentage. In this example, 20%.
The answer when subtracting one number from another is called a difference. When subtracting one fraction from another, it is still called a difference.
The answer you get when subtracting one number from another is called the "difference."
always another negative number
That is called the difference between them.
You are working with numbers. One is a whole number and the other is a fraction of a whole number (with a decimal point, etc). You apply the same principles of subtracting one number from another or a fraction of one number from a fraction of another. Numbers is numbers!
Its another word for subtracting one number from the other.
A quotient is the result obtained by dividing one quantity by another, and a difference is the result obtained by subtracting two numbers. So, the quotient of the difference between 5 and a number and 2 is:(5 - n)/2
In means calculating the difference between one mixed number and another mixed number.
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.
Difference usually implies subtracting one real number from another. What are you asking?