In Kindergarten you learned the importance of sharing, right? In math, when we lack value in a number to subtract with you borrow or regroup from a neighbor. Sometimes you borrow from the tens…but what if you have zero tens? Ha….let’s watch this and learn!

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thanks khan, now i understand how to subtract like this.

There’s an way easier way to do this than what is in the video!

well then you should start “Neha Academy” 🙂

I think that would be Sathishkumar Academy, by analogy to Khan Academy. You might want to shorten it to make it more pithy 🙂

the A. is 137

What if you have 0 numbers to borrow even in the hundreds place such as this problem, 14 – 42 = ___

Thanks so much for this! My daughter was having a hard time understanding it.

thx