Tutorials: Subtracting Decimals

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Tutorials: Subtracting Decimals

  1. 1. Subtracting Decimals
  2. 2. Overview This set of tutorials provides 8 examples of how to add fractions.
  3. 3. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 1. Subtracting two decimals to the tenths place, with no regrouping. The numbers have zero in the ones place.
  4. 4. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 2. Subtracting two decimals written to the tenths place, with no regrouping. The numbers have non-zero values in the ones place.
  5. 5. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 3. Subtracting two decimals, with regrouping. The numbers have non-zero values in the ones place.
  6. 6. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 4. Subtracting two decimals written to the hundredths place, with no regrouping. The numbers have zero in the ones place. The numbers have a zero in the ones place.
  7. 7. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 5. Subtracting two decimals written to the hundredths place, with regrouping. The numbers have non-zero values in the ones place.
  8. 8. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 6. Subtracting two decimals written to the hundredths place, with regrouping. The numbers have non-zero values in the ones place.
  9. 9. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 7. Subtracting two decimals, one to the hundredths place and the other to the thousandths place, with regrouping. The numbers have a zero in the ones place.
  10. 10. Tutorials--Subtracting Decimals: Example 8. Subtracting two decimals, one to the hundredths place and the other to the tenths place, with regrouping. The numbers have a zero in the ones place.

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