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Grade 1 - Mathematics
3.3 Subtraction - Single Digit

  • Subtraction is removing some objects from a group.
  • Example: 7 - 3 = 4
    Three objects are taken away from a group of seven objects and four objects remain.

Method:

  1. Start counting after the second number.
  2. Count till you reach the first number.

Example:

The first number 5 is called subtrahend and 3 is called the minuend.
We need to start counting after 3 till we reach 5.
When we start counting after 3 that is 4,5, hence it takes 2 numbers after 3 to reach 5.
Answer: 2

Alternate Method - Using symbols or patterns
5 = $ $ $ $ $
Since the number to be subtracted is 3 we remove 3 patterns out of 5, that leaves us with 2.


Directions: Subtract the following. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Question 1: 2
- 0
Answer:

Question 2: 4
- 0
Answer:

Question 3: 6
- 4
Answer:

Question 4: 5
- 2
Answer:

Question 5: 4
- 0
Answer:

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