**In Excel**, you will not find any**function**called**SUBTRACT**that will perform the**subtraction**operation. You have to use the mathematical operator minus sign (-) to**subtract**two numbers. Note: But you get SUM**function**to add numbers or range of cells. Suppose, you want to**subtract**50 from 500.. "/>- Simply type the minus sign and then press TAB. Right click, and then click Copy (or press CTRL + c). Obey the following steps to insert the Plus or Minus Symbol in Word or
**Excel using**the insert symbol dialog box. To**subtract**multiple cells from the same cell, you can use any of **Excel Subtraction**: Method 1. The easiest method to**subtract in Excel**is to do it in the cell where you are writing the original number. To do so, you should first select the cell where you want to see the result of**subtraction**. Let’s say it’s A1. Then, start your formula with “=” and write the numbers you want to subtracts and finally ...- Step 1: First, calculate the difference between two dates
**in Excel**, so apply the B2 – A2 formula. Step 2: We may get the result in terms of date only but do not panic because we need to apply number formatting to see the number of days between these two days. Here, we have got the number of days as a result. - The answer is given by the formula: P = Ai / (1 - (1 +
**i)-N**) where: P = regular periodic payment. A = amount borrowed. i = periodic interest rate. N = total number of repayment periods. (It's interesting that the acronym for remembering the mortgage variables is PAiN!)