**What minus what equals 65?**

There is an infinite number of ways to answer "What minus what equals 65?"

This page will show you how different integers, decimals, and fractions subtracted from each other will equal 65.

Here are some examples of integers that when subtracted from each other will equal 65:

65 - 0 = 65

66 - 1 = 65

67 - 2 = 65

68 - 3 = 65

69 - 4 = 65

As you can imagine, the list above can go on forever. Here are decimal numbers that subtract from each other to equal 65:

66.50 - 1.50 = 65

67.75 - 2.75 = 65

68.90 - 3.90 = 65

Again, the combinations are endless. We can also make fractions that when subtracted from each other equal 65. Here are some examples:

130/1 - 65/1 = 65

260/2 - 130/2 = 65

390/3 - 195/3 = 65

The "bottom line" as stated and illustrated above: there is an infinite number of answers to "What minus what equals 65?"

**What minus what equals 66?**

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