Similar words: subtract, attraction, fraction, infraction, refraction, interaction, practitioner, diffraction. Meaning: [səb'trækʃn] n. 1. an arithmetic operation in which the difference between two numbers is calculated 2. the act of subtracting (removing a part from the whole).

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1. There will be simple tests in addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication and division.2. She can do addition, but she hasn't learned

*subtraction*yet.3. The difference is found by

*subtraction*.4. She's ready to learn simple addition and

*subtraction*.5. Addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication, and division are binary operations.6. Two from five is a simple

*subtraction*.7. This, again, aids the process of mental

*subtraction*.8. All counts were corrected by

*subtraction*of counts for 1 4 C liberated in control vials without specimens.9. It makes perfect sense, simple addition and

*subtraction*, but no one figured the tracking speed into the equation.10. By a process of computer

*subtraction*a time activity curve representing small intestinal transit was also obtained.11. Make another

*subtraction*for everything else other than spending on the elderly that has to be done in the social welfare system.12. Class allows for simple fraction arithmetic -- addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication, and division.13. Before spectral

*subtraction*, stationary wavelet filtering is made for noisy signal and noise model, which can effectively eliminate "music noise" caused by random noise spectral.14. They often learn addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication and division with the decimal system and with fractions ,[sentencedict .com] simultaneously.15. The test involves simple calculations, such as addition and

*subtraction*.16. The plus sign is used in addition and the minus is used in

*subtraction*.17. I looked at what he'd given me and did a quick

*subtraction*.18. The Ricci tensor has a non-zero divergence which can be removed by a simple

*subtraction*.19. As he remarks, this is what we do in arithmetic when we check additions by

*subtraction*(sentencedict.com), and viceversa.20. There has been debate as to whether this should be calculated with or without

*subtraction*of basal acid secretion.21. Four observations were excluded because of low signal-to-noise ratio or background

*subtraction*problems.22. All samples were assayed at a 50% dilution in immunoassay buffer and corrected for dilution after

*subtraction*of the assay detection limit.23. But the second cat ran away, an early lesson in

*subtraction*for Jack.24. The game teaches children to count and do simple addition and

*subtraction*.25. However some important operations may take us outside the realm of the natural numbers-the simplest being

*subtraction*.26. The purpose is to reinforce the basic operations of addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication and division.27. The treatment group experienced prescription with mentors and with the permit addition and

*subtraction*, in the control group with multienzyme tablets and vitamin B complex tablets.28. The comb filter includes a first switch, many low pass filters, a second switch, a

*subtraction*device, a mean value detector and a first adder.29. It also has constructors for each of those types and operators for addition,

*subtraction*, multiplication , sign inversion, and taxes.30. This paper studies the speech enhancement technology, and proposes an improved spectral

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