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What would 13 less than 30 look like written as a numerical expression

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    13<30.

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    or, 30-13

    if you are evaluating an expression rather than making a statement (which would be "13 is less than 30")

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    30-13 means 30 decreased by 13 or 30 less(minus) 13.

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