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to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

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Ann: I kind of just did it where I subtracted the largest from the smallest one like we did A minus B.
When the posttest PEF score is subtracted from pretest scores, another sum, called the Classroom Climate Vector is determined.
Next, 10 percent of the taxpayer's adjusted gross income is subtracted," said Lager.
To show the number of As-induced DNA SSBs, we subtracted the tail moment for background damage (control without FPG digestion).
In case the quantity of absorption exceeds the upper limit, only a percentage of absorption by forests would be allowed to be subtracted from total CO2 emissions.
Of course, you know that running itself is likely to subtract years from your age and even more can be subtracted for related behaviors and the results of running.
The sum of the two is $97,000, which gets subtracted from the gross profit, for a net operating income of $43,000.
The regular tax for the short period is subtracted from the TMT to determine the AMT.
This difference--averaging 13 beats per minute--must be subtracted from the age-related maximum heart rate, if swimming is your means of training.
Admittedly, they have subtracted from the freedom of a landowner who wants to saw down every pine tree on his lot, but they are protecting the overall image of their town.
In a consumptionbased system, net savings are subtracted from gross receipts to produce the tax base while withdrawals from savings are included in the tax base.
Layers can be added or subtracted at will," Gates says.
However, the mortgage amount is subtracted from the gross estate.
Increased promotional spending subtracted 1 percent