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#### 11 - Subtracting with Regrouping (Borrowing) - Part 1 (3rd Grade Math & 4th Grade Math) - By Math and Science

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00:01 Hello . Welcome back . The title of this lesson
00:03 is called subtracting two digit numbers with renaming . Another
00:07 way to say this you might see in some books
00:09 is subtracting two digit numbers with borrowing . Now the
00:13 first time you see borrowing it looks a little bit
00:15 weird and a little bit cumbersome and complicated but it's
00:19 actually very easy to understand . Once we get some
00:21 practice , what I want to do is just work
00:23 a couple of problems and show you what we're doing
00:26 , get the answers . And then I'm going to
00:28 explain to you why you're actually allowed to do this
00:30 , why it actually works . And then we're going
00:32 to finish all of the rest of the problems to
00:34 give you a lot of practice . It's easier just
00:36 to tell you what we're doing by just solving the
00:38 first problem . So let's go and do that right
00:41 now . The first problem Is going to be 23
00:45 uh minus 15 . Right ? So we write it
00:50 stacked up on top and bottom like this and we
00:53 always go to the right hand column first , we
00:57 . So we have three minus five . Now you
01:01 see there's a problem right away because if I have
01:03 three marbles and try to subtract five marbles from it
01:07 , how can I do that ? How can I
01:09 take three minus five ? If I only have three
01:12 , how can I take more away ? How can
01:14 I take five away ? It's something that you don't
01:16 think you're allowed to do . So because of this
01:18 , we never ran into this with any of the
01:20 other problems because all of the other problems had a
01:23 top number that was bigger than the bottom , but
01:25 in this case you can see that three is not
01:27 bigger than five . So what do you do ?
01:29 Let me go through how to solve it , and
01:32 then we're gonna talk about why it works . So
01:34 what I want to do is uh go through and
01:37 tell you exactly what we're going to do This three
01:40 is not bigger . So we're not allowed to really
01:42 subtract it . What we're gonna do is borrow ,
01:44 we're gonna borrow from the column next door , we're
01:47 gonna borrow from the two . Here's what you actually
01:49 do . We make this three , we do a
01:52 single strike through of this three and right on top
01:54 we turn the three into 13 . Right ? You're
01:57 gonna say how can you do that ? Well because
01:59 we borrow from the other column and we change this
02:02 to into A one . So what you have to
02:05 do when your paper is strike through the three and
02:07 make it 13 and then you in order to do
02:10 that , it has to come from somewhere we're borrowing
02:12 from the column next door . So the two turns
02:14 into a one . Now what you do is you
02:17 look in this column and say it's 13 minus five
02:21 13 in your mind and go down 12 11 ,
02:25 10 98 Okay , So we landed on eight .
02:29 So we write the number eight down below in this
02:32 column . Now we're done with this column . The
02:34 next column over , we have 1 -1 . You
02:37 all know that 1 -1 is zero . We could
02:39 put a zero here but zeros in front as a
02:42 as a as a number in the front doesn't really
02:44 do much . So the zero in the front doesn't
02:46 mean anything . And so we can just leave it
02:47 off and say that the answer is eight . Now
02:50 a couple things I want to do is let's just
02:52 check that this is correct . The original problem was
02:57 down 15 , 22 , 20 1918 , 17 ,
03:02 16 , 15 , 14 , 13 , 12 ,
03:05 11 , 10 , 98 You see we subtracted 15
03:09 . We still got to eight . So this is
03:12 borrowing because three was smaller than five . So we
03:15 made it 13 . And in order to do that
03:17 we had to take it from the next door neighbor
03:19 to the left . I want to do one more
03:22 and then I want to explain more about why we're
03:24 allowed to do this . Let's say we have 26
03:29 And we're subtracting from it 19 . Okay , how
03:32 do we do that ? We have the same problem
03:35 in the right hand column . It's 6 -9 .
03:38 If I have nine I'm sorry , six apples and
03:41 I want to take nine away . You can't really
03:43 do it because you only have six to begin with
03:45 . So when you have that situation you have to
03:47 change it or you might say rename , which is
03:50 why it's called renaming . You might also think of
03:52 it as borrowing . We take the six and we
03:55 strike through it and we make it actually 16 .
03:58 But in order to do that we have to borrow
04:00 it from the next door neighbor . So the two
04:02 now becomes a one . You do not want to
04:05 scribble through the numbers . You want a single line
04:07 through the numbers so you can still read what you're
04:09 doing and you want to write clearly on top what
04:12 the new numbers become . Now in the right hand
04:16 column you have 16 minus nine . Starting with 16
04:19 . Go down 15 , 14 , 13 , 12
04:22 , 11 , 10 , 987 You landed on 77
04:28 goes in the right hand call on the left hand
04:31 column . You have one minus one . You could
04:33 write a zero here , but you don't need zeros
04:37 is seven . If you go 26 go 19 down
04:41 from that , you're going to land on the number
04:42 seven . That's the final answer . Now , I
04:44 don't want to spend all day talking about why this
04:47 works , but I do want to talk a little
04:49 bit about it . Let's look at the first problem
04:51 here . It was 23 and we we're subtracting 15
04:56 . Okay , so you might say , how am
04:59 I able to make this 13 by striking through the
05:02 two . If I turned the two into a one
05:05 , how am I how does that make it better
05:07 ? Well , the thing that you need to realize
05:09 or understand Is that this number 23 ? These columns
05:14 mean different things . This column here is called the
05:17 ones call These because it's 21 , 22 , Every
05:24 number in that column is just it's value is one
05:27 . Okay , But every number in this column ,
05:30 this is called the actually the tens column . When
05:35 you think about it for 23 . This number doesn't
05:38 mean to . This number means 20 . So this
05:41 means 20 plus three . This 23 . When we
05:46 write it together like this , you know that this
05:48 number means three . But this number doesn't really mean
05:50 to It really actually means 20 . That's what we
05:53 mean by the tens column . Because it's too uh
05:57 and you have this is worth 10 and you have
05:59 two of them . So there's 20 . This guy
06:02 means the one here does not really mean a one
06:04 . It means 10 . And this number right here
06:07 , it means five . So 20 plus three is
06:10 23 10 plus five is 15 . That's what numbers
06:14 mean when we the columns mean something . So when
06:18 we actually strike through the two and make it a
06:21 one , we're not really making it changing it from
06:24 2 to 1 . We're actually changing it from 20
06:28 because that's the value of this 20 to 10 .
06:31 And so we're borrowing 10 and that 10 that we
06:33 borrow goes next door . And that's why it makes
06:36 it 13 . So we're not really borrowing one here
06:39 , we're actually borrowing 10 . And that's why when
06:42 you add the 10 to hear it becomes 13 .
06:45 So when you cannot subtract numbers in the right column
06:48 you borrow from the next column over but you're really
06:50 borrowing 10 . And that's why these numbers in this
06:54 case became a 16 because we didn't borrow one .
06:57 Even though we put a one here we actually borrow
07:00 10 . The value of this too was 20 .
07:03 Now the value is 10 . The 10 that we
07:06 borrowed goes into here . And that's how we do
07:08 the subtraction . Now that's what it means . But
07:10 the most important thing is to get a lot of
07:13 practice with it . So we're going to continue to
07:15 do that right now let's say we have 33 -18
07:23 . Right ? Again we cannot take 3 -8 .
07:26 So what we have to do is borrow . Right
07:28 ? So we say well this three is not going
07:31 to really be a three anymore . It's going to
07:32 be a 13 . And to do that I'm going
07:35 to change this three into a two . But in
07:37 the back of your mind remember that this value of
07:40 this three is not really three . It really means
07:42 30 . Why ? Because this is 30 plus three
07:46 . That's what this really means . All right so
07:49 this three going into a to really means that I
07:51 borrowed 10 and that 10 goes into here to make
07:54 the 13 . So that's what you're doing Now .
08:00 12 11 10 98765 You land on the number 55
08:09 goes under this column . Now in these other problems
08:12 we had 1 -1 gave us zero . So we
08:14 didn't really write it here . We had 1 -1
08:17 gives us zero . We didn't really write it here
08:19 . We have 2 -1 which gives us one .
08:22 So we have to actually write it . And the
08:23 answer here is 15 . So 33 -18 is 15
08:28 . Now we're going to have to get used to
08:30 doing this renaming or borrowing whatever you wanna call it
08:33 because it's something that's not gonna go away . So
08:36 let's just get some more practice . What if we
08:38 have 45 -16 ? If you try to take five
08:44 minus the six you can't do it because it's not
08:47 big enough . So we say this five is not
08:49 five anymore , it's really worth 15 , it has
08:52 to come from someplace . So we change the four
08:54 into a three in this column . Now we say
09:00 go down 14 13 , 12 , 11 10 nine
09:04 . And the answer that you get is nine in
09:07 this column . This column we have now a 3
09:10 -1 gives us 3 -1 is two . So you
09:16 . Yeah , we're going to do enough of these
09:18 . So you're absolutely confident in what you're doing .
09:23 What if you have 41 -27 ? If you try
09:29 to take 1 -7 , you can't do it .
09:31 So what you instead do is you say this is
09:33 not worth one anymore , it's really an 11 .
09:36 Where does it come from ? The four then ?
09:38 Has to become a three . Do not get confused
09:42 with the numbers above the 11 goes in this column
09:44 , the three is in this column . So 11
09:48 , go down uh 10 987654 The number you land
09:55 on is actually a four . So a four goes
09:57 in this column , This column is 3 -2 ,
10:00 which you all know is one . And so the
10:02 answer to this is actually 14 , so 41 -27
10:05 is 14 . Yeah . Okay , what if you
10:10 have 51 -16 , subtract these guys again . 1
10:17 -6 . The one is not large enough , so
10:20 we're going to change this one and actually make it
10:22 11 and it has to come from somewhere , so
10:25 we strike out the five and actually make it a
10:28 four . But again , we're not really making it
10:30 for , we're borrowing 10 here because this is worth
10:33 50 and now it's worth 40 . So the 10
10:36 is really going in this column . So one is
10:40 go down 10 98765 So we go down and we
10:46 land on the number five . So five goes in
10:49 this column Now we have four going down by one
10:52 for -1 gives us three , and the answer is
10:55 now 35 . So 51 -16 is 35 . All
11:03 right . What if we have we have just a
11:05 few more problems here . What if we have uh
11:07 53 -28 Again ? You try to do 3 -8
11:14 but it's not big enough so you can't do it
11:16 . So you strike through this and make this three
11:18 a 13 instead and it has to come from somewhere
11:21 . So it comes from next door , change the
11:23 five into a four . Start now with 13 and
11:26 subtract eight go down 12 11 10 98765 The answer
11:33 is five . So we put a five down below
11:36 and then we have four minus two . You go
11:39 down 32 so four minus two is two . Put
11:42 a two down here in . The answer for this
11:44 is 25 . Yes . Right . Yeah . Giving
11:48 a little more practice . What if we have 60-14
11:55 Again ? You try to subtract 2 -4 but you
11:58 can't do it . So we changed the two and
12:00 make it a 12 has to come from somewhere .
12:03 So the six now becomes a five . Now in
12:11 98 And so the answer you get here in the
12:15 right hand column is an eight and then five minus
12:17 one is a four . And so the answer you
12:20 get there is 48 . Okay , Okay . Two
12:24 more problems . What if we have 54 and we're
12:27 subtracting from it 36 . So again we try to
12:33 say 4 -6 but you can't do it . So
12:36 the four now becomes a 14 and has to come
12:39 from somewhere . So the five now becomes a four
12:42 . We've borrowed 10 and stuck it in the other
12:47 . So we go 13 12 , 11 , 10
12:50 , 98 You land on eight . So that's the
12:53 final answer in the right hand column . Now we
12:56 have four minus three . So you can think going
12:58 four , going down 3 to 1 , we've gone
13:01 down three , we've landed on one . The answer
13:03 is 18 54 -36 is 18 and we have only
13:07 one more problem . Okay . And it is 65
13:12 minus 26 In the right hand column . We try
13:16 to do 5 -6 but we can't do it .
13:19 So we strike through the five and actually make it
13:21 15 . It has to come from somewhere . So
13:23 , the six now becomes a five now we do
13:27 15 minus 6 , 15 . Going down 6 ,
13:30 14 , 13 , 12 , 11 , 10 9
13:34 . We land on the number nine and nine goes
13:37 in the right hand column now five minus to start
13:39 with five in the mine and go down 43 And
13:43 we land on three . So the answer is 39
13:47 . All right ? So in this lesson we have
13:49 mastered and start what we started . The concept of
13:51 subtracting two digit numbers with renaming . Also you might
13:55 see it called subtracting numbers with borrowing . And the
13:59 borrowing comes from the idea that in the right hand
14:02 column , if the number on the top is smaller
14:05 than the number on the bottom , you're not going
14:07 to really be able to subtract . So you have
14:08 to borrow . But remember , the right hand column
14:11 is really what we call the ones column . And
14:13 the left hand column is really what we call the
14:16 tens column . So this too is not really a
14:18 two . It's really a 20 plus is an invisible
14:22 plus here . A three here . So when we
14:24 strike out the two and make it a one .
14:26 We're really not subtracting one . We're subtracting 10 from
14:29 that column and that 10 goes over here to make
14:32 it 13 . That's how the borrowing process works .
14:35 Again . You might also see as I see it
14:37 as renaming because we kind of rename the problem to
14:40 make it possible . So I want you to solve
14:41 every one of these yourself . When you get the
14:46 of part two where we're going to continue getting practice
14:48 , subtracting two digit numbers with renaming , also called
14:51 with borrowing .
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