The MINUS () operator in English is used to perform subtractions between two numbers. It allows you to subtract one value from another and get the difference. This operator is widely used in financial calculations, to find the difference between amounts, stocks, or in basic mathematical operations.
➡️ Display Name:
MINUS()
➡️ Syntax:
value1

value2
➡️ The Example:
10

4
➡️
6
In this example, 10 minus 4 gives 6, which is the resulting difference from the subtraction.
 1 starting value 🟡 : 10 is the starting value being subtracted.
 1 operator 🟣 :  is the subtraction operator.
 1 subtracted value 🟡 : 4 is the value being subtracted from 10.
Expected Result:
 If you do 10  4, it returns 6, because 10 minus 4 gives 6.
 If you do 15  7, it will return 8...
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