Q: When saying how far does it mean add or subtract?

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The batting average is math because you have to add, subtract and divide. Another one is how far the bases are back and the pitching mound.

When a math question asks, how far, it is relating to distance.

A variance is a measure of how far a set of numbers is spread out around its mean.

5 goes into 50 ten times. Logically speaking, only once. After the first subtraction, 50 now has a value of 45. Therefore you cannot subtract from 50 a second time. It's similar to how many marbles can you fit into an empty bag. Just one. How far can a dog walk into the woods. Halfway. After that, he's walking out.

It's an older slang with the same meaning as "cool" or "groovy."

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First you subtract six, then add eight, then add six so far. I'm not sure, but I think you subtract eight next, which would make the next number 13 again.

well as far as i know it is a faurt or someone is saying a bad word without saying it

The batting average is math because you have to add, subtract and divide. Another one is how far the bases are back and the pitching mound.

Subtract it, but it is 3,188

If you mean Washington, DC: 13,772 km or 8558 milesIf you mean the state of Washington subtract...hmmm...around 2300 miles

"On the fringe" means just barely acceptable, but pretty far out. "Beyond the fringe" means irredeemably far out.

It's basically saying that he loves this really beautiful girl that he wants to take far, far away for whatever sappy reason you can think of.

hammed it up overacted went too far to show off etc

It is add I think

Far, far away is a saying that means something is literally far away.

It originated in the mid 1600s and initially was used literally for physical objects that appeared at widely separated intervals. Today is is also used more loosely to mean scarce as in "Given the high prices in the new shop, customers were few and far between".

There really is no difference but you can say that by now is saying "they should be here by now" . And so far is saying "I have $10 so far".