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Q: How will you use addition and subtraction in real life?

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When working out mathematical problems because BIDMAS is the order of arithmetical operations in step by step stages i.e. brackets, indices, division, multiplication, addition followed by subtraction.

Addition is the opposite of subtraction. For example, 24 - 9 = 15. If you want to check your answer, add 9 + 15. It equals 24, so your answer is correct.

you always use math in your life weather you are adding , subtracting , multipling or dividing you are always using math ! there is not a day that goes by that people dont use math !

Yes - the parts in brackets should be done first. Use BEDMAS as a guide. Brackets - Exponents (eg. x2) - Division - Multiplication - Addition - Subtraction. Although if it is just addition and subtraction you should work from left to right.

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Real numbers are closed under addition and subtraction. To get a number outside the real number system you would have to use square root.

Adding up an amount on a deposit slip to give to your bank is one example. The possibilities are endless.

When you are starting to learn about numbers, their addition and subtraction.

You don't. You use the GCF to reduce the answer once the addition or subtraction is complete.

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In addition to his response I vote yes. or I like addition better than subtraction.

In addition to his response I vote yes. or I like addition better than subtraction.

When working out mathematical problems because BIDMAS is the order of arithmetical operations in step by step stages i.e. brackets, indices, division, multiplication, addition followed by subtraction.

because you undo the operation in the equation= to undo subtraction you add

Basic addition and subtraction mostly.

Gaining and losing yards is addition and subtraction.

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