In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be looking at subtracting big numbers in Spanish. You were first introduced to doing math in Spanish in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series. Then in Spanish Medium Review you have been learning how to count into the millions. However, knowing the Spanish word for billions also means that you can count in the billions. To get this far alone in Spanish is quite an amazing accomplishment on your part! Still, it is always good to stretch that accomplishment even further. Math does just that for you!
In the sister Spanish Medium Review quiz to this quiz, titled Math – Adding Big Numbers in Spanish, you were given some of the details as to the rules regarding how to say and/or write out numbers in Spanish. For example, the number 300 is not tres cien or even tres cientos but, rather, is trescientos. If you have not already taken that sister quiz, please do so now as it will greatly aid you in being able to take this quiz.
In the sister quiz you were adding numbers together. Here you will be subtracting numbers. That should be easy enough don’t you think? Just take your time, concentrate on the order and form of each number. You’ll probably be surprised that it is easier than you first thought. Are you ready to test it? Then move on to the ten quiz problems!
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