Subtracting - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

Number of problems found: 142

  • Length subtracting
    meter_11 Express in mm: 5 3/10 cm - 2/5 mm
  • Integers
    calculator_mechanical May be the sum of two integers less than their difference?
  • A number 2
    expr A number decreased by the difference between four and the number
  • Pounds
    jablka_8 3 pounds subtract 1/3 of a pound.
  • Opposite numbers
    plus_minus Calculate opposite numbers (additive inverse) to given ones:
  • About what
    flower_function How much and how many times is 72.1 greater than 0.00721?
  • Celsius 2
    teplomer_1 5 degrees Celsius at midday dropped 12°Celsius degree by evening. What is the temperature?
  • Add sub fractions
    fractions_2 What is 4 1/2+2/7-213/14?
  • Evaluate expression
    plusminus If x=2, y=-5 and z=3 what is the value of x-2y
  • Mixing operations with numbers
    numbers_49 Subtract twice the number -23.6 from the difference of the numbers -130 and -40.2.
  • The temperature 2
    teplomer The temperature of Siberia fell13 degrees below 2/3 degrees centigrad. What is the temperature there now?
  • Expression 6
    numbers2_48 Evaluate expression: -6-2(4-8)-9
  • Time adding
    clocks2_9 Add and write the result again as hours, minutes, seconds: 2hodiny45min15s + 1h20m50s =
  • Minutes
    clocks_2 Determine the difference in minutes: T1 = 2 3/20 h T2 = 2.3 h
  • Mr. Tolentino
    numbers2_25 Mr. Tolentino own a piece of land, it measures 86.12 meters long 68.293 meters width. How much longer is the length than the width?
  • 8 degrees
    teplomer_22 8 degrees Celsius it cools down by 9 degrees Celsius. What is the resultant temperature?
  • Brackets 2
    brackets Add parenthesis to make true: 5-2×6-4+2=5
  • Angles in triangle
    angles_triangle.JPG Calculate the alpha angle in the triangle if beta is 61 degrees and 98 gamma degrees.
  • With bracket
    expr Calculate (evaluate) simple mathematical expression with a negative numbers and a bracket: 13+15*5-2*(-6)
  • Complementary angles
    angles_2 Two angles are complementary. If one angle measures 10°, what is the measure of the second angle?

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