Video: Subtracting Two One-Digit Numbers in Real-World Problems

There were 6 children in the class, 2 of them left. Now, there are _ children in the class.

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Video Transcript

There were six children in the class. Two of them left. Now, there are what children in the class.

In this question, we’re being asked to take away a number of children and find out how many are left. We know that there were six children in the class to begin with. And we also know that two of the children left. We have to work out how many children there are in the class now. Let’s count. One, two, three, four. Six take away two is four. There were six children in the class. Two of them left. Now, there are four children in the class.

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