subtract


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to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

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Subtract the amount of cash expended to acquired any fixed assets, investments, and/or other noncurrent assets
When we work on subtraction problems, my students often break apart the number and subtract parts at a time," Meghan explained.
Subtract the comp value if the program point is closer to the datum than the geometry point.
First multiply 11 by 10 (11 x 10) = 110, then subtract the number 11 from the total (110 - 11 = 99).
It was too expensive, and most people continued to add and subtract on their fingers, on an abacus, or on a sheet of paper.
Add the value of the fourth letter of SEVEN (5) to the value of the second letter of THIRTEEN (8); subtract the value of the fourth letter of THIRTEEN (18) from the value of the second letter of SEVEN (5); and add the value of the first letter of SEVEN (19) to the value of the fifth letter of THIRTEEN (20).
Here is a puzzle for you to try: Take any three-digit number, reverse the order and subtract the largest number from the smallest.
Add the player's runs scored to his runs-batted-in and subtract his home runs to get his runs produced.
In the other tactic, dubbed the add-subtract strategy, a child adds up the numbers on the left side of an equation and then subtracts the number on the right from the leftside total.
To subtract 35 -- 17, not surprisingly, students explained that 3 -- 1 was 2 and that 5 -- 7 was 2 to derive an answer of 22.
For personal-use property, individuals must first subtract $100 for each casualty event.
Every few years it seems health authorities subtract a few more pounds from what they advise is a healthy weight, and here they go again.
6 Subtract the actual hole position in X from the hole's basic dimension in X.
is a modular feedblock that lets processors add or subtract layers by two-layer increments.
In exchange, subtract a serving or two of sweets or refined bread, pasta, crackers, or cereal.