- Align the two numbers as you would in decimal subtraction.
- Work the columns right to left subtracting in each column. If you must subtract a one from a zero, you need to “borrow” from the left, just as in decimal subtraction.
- One borrow represent 1, so, if 0 - 1 , = 2-1 = 1
- Remember, 0 - 1 = 1 , 10 = 2.

2. How to subtract octal number

- Align the two numbers as you would in decimal subtraction.
- Work the columns right to left subtracting in each column. If you must subtract a one from a smaller number, you need to “borrow” from the left, just as in decimal subtraction.
- One borrow represent 8.
- Add the borrowed value to the smaller value.

3. How to subtract hexadecimal number

- Align the two numbers as you would in decimal subtraction.
- Work the columns right to left subtracting in each column. If you must subtract a one from a smaller number, you need to “borrow” from the left, just as in decimal subtraction.
- One borrow represent 16.
- Add the borrowed value to the smaller value.
- Remember,
- A = 10
- B = 11
- C = 12
- D = 13
- E = 14
- F = 15

by : Nurul Faizah binti Sasaruddin - B031210257

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