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Math practice vertical subtraction problems. Subtract umbers up to 9. Just type the answer; if right, the word "Correct!" displays.

Press a radio button to select the largest number to be subtracted from. You can select numbers from 4 to 9. Press the reset button on the bottom left, click on the math problem, or press the ENTER or RETURN key to set a new math subtraction problem. Press the Backspace button to erase an answer. Move the mouse pointer over the yellow ? if you need help.

Click the yellow check mark to keep score! Select the number of problems to do by clicking up and down by the #10 default. After you've answered a problem, reset it. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for a correct answer; the right shows the number of subtraction math problems you've done. The "Correct!" mark does not appear when keeping score. If the answer is incorrect, then the right answer will be displayed when you reset the problem. When finished, your score will be shown.

The spinning math symbols mean we're waiting on the server - if it spins too long, try pressing the reset button again.

Click the teacher's apple to return to the math flash cards home page.

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Math practice vertical subtraction problems. Subtract umbers up to 9. Just type the answer; if right, the word "Correct!" displays.

Press a radio button to select the largest number to be subtracted from. You can select numbers from 4 to 9. Press the reset button on the bottom left, click on the math problem, or press the ENTER or RETURN key to set a new math subtraction problem. Press the Backspace button to erase an answer. Move the mouse pointer over the yellow ? if you need help.

Click the yellow check mark to keep score! Select the number of problems to do by clicking up and down by the #10 default. After you've answered a problem, reset it. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for a correct answer; the right shows the number of subtraction math problems you've done. The "Correct!" mark does not appear when keeping score. If the answer is incorrect, then the right answer will be displayed when you reset the problem. When finished, your score will be shown.

The spinning math symbols mean we're waiting on the server - if it spins too long, try pressing the reset button again.

Click the teacher's apple to return to the math flash cards home page.

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