find the sum or the difference of 28.6-9.84

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asked 2021-02-09
find the sum or the difference of 28.6-9.84

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We have to find difference of
Write the numbers one under the other, line up the decimal points. Add trailing zeroes so the numbers have the same length.
-09.84 _________

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