Prepositions after "subtract"
subtract from, by or for?
|In 89% of cases subtract from is used|
|Now he had to explain that they had to subtract from that number these.|
|All penalties, both time and horse related, are subtracted from an perfect score of 100.|
|So, instead of dividing length(text) by 2 and subtracting from 40, we will want to directly subtract 80 by length(text).|
|After two kinds of noise were subtracted from the data, the results from three data sets yielded an average lifetime of 2.|
|Or, if you have a personal profile that adds to your brand rather than subtracts from your hireability, begin to insert professional updates.|
|But if it does not make a thing bigger when added to it nor smaller when subtracted from it, then it appears obvious that what was added or subtracted was nothing.|
|Expansion through the expansion valve nozzle is at constant enthalpy and so it follows the vertical line ea with no enthalpy added to or subtracted from the refrigerant.|
|In 5% of cases subtract by is used|
|This is done because 80 is the furthest possible point, and subtracting by the length of text will show everything on the screen, while still allowing us to have the text at the right.|
|In 5% of cases subtract for is used|
|If we subtract for inflation, they're back to 1998 levels.|
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