In any subtraction sum, for example, 8 - 3 = 5, the first number
is called the minuend. The second number is the subtrahend, and the
third number is the difference.

The end result of a subtraction problem is called a difference. Other end results (except Pi) are typed below. Addition = Sum Subtraction = Difference Multiplication = Product Division = Quotient Pi = 3.14159265359 (π)

After a process of subtraction has been carried out, the result is technically referred to as the "difference". The "product" is the result of multiplication.

When two variables are multiplied, the result is called a product. When they are divided, it is a quotient. Addition results in a sum and subtraction results in a difference.

Subtraction is a decrease in quantity by taking away. It is the inverse of addition and is indicated by the minus symbol (-). The result of subtraction is known as the difference.