Learn to Subtract Decimals
 AnswerRemember to line up the decimal points-Example   3.4 - 1.26LEARN TO SUBTRACT DECIMALS 2  .  1    43   .  4U1  .  2    6TthHth0subtract as normalDon't forget to borrow if necessaryPut a zero in any empty column(s), then Line up the decimal points, then subtract as normalNote:  7 is 7 whole units, 7 = 7.0   or  7.000Example    7  -  1.452-1  .  4     5     2 7  .U0     0     0TthHthThthANSWER-=7 . 0 0 01.  4 5 265. 5 4 899 =-...3.5  -  2.38You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =6.4  -  0.1You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =4 . 8  -  2 . 3You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. 5.7  -  2=You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =4  -  1.6You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =23.49   -   4.56You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =0 . 306  -  0 . 1You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. =1 - 0.03You may need to use a pencil and paper to set this  out first. When subtracting decimals you needto remember to always line up the  fill in any empty columns with aAND =-2 . 6  -  0.31Working out -7.304 - 0.5 At the school athletics carnival Billy jumpeda height of 1.6 metres. His friend Alex jumped only 1.35 metres. Find thedifference in the heights they jumped.Answer =metres Bill the builder measures a pieceof timber to be 0.96 metres long, however he only needs a piece0.6 metres long. How much willhe need to cut off ? metres The end !
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