Subtraction Worksheets
In this subtraction worksheets we have more than 15 worksheets. Each worksheets contain 10 questions with three options. You have to choose the correct option from this. And you can get the score of your test as soon as you click the button check quiz. By using these worksheets the kids who are in the grade below 5 can practice subtraction.
Definition of subtraction:
Subtraction means removing some objects from a group. 83=5 means, taking away or removing 3 objects from a group of 8 objects. remaining 5 objects are there.To understand subtraction more clearly we have also given another kind of definition.We hope that this will be very useful to you.
Subtraction:
Subtraction is a mathematical operation that represents combining collections of objects together into a larger collection. It is signified by the plus sign (). For example there are 3  2 applesâ€”meaning three apples and two other applesâ€”which is the same as one apple. Therefore, 3  2 = 1. Besides counting fruits, subtraction can also represent combining other physical and abstract quantities using different kinds of numbers.We can do subtraction with two vectors.
Other than that we are also given
Consider the practical example:
If a boy went to shop and buy two types of articles,say Article A and Article B.In Article A he bough 20 and in Article B he bought 30. To find how many toys does the boy B purchased than A we need to use subtraction.We need to use subtraction table in practical life.We can simply say subtraction is nothing but eliminating some thing from the other.You can practice the concept subtraction using these worksheets.
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