Theory:

General rules to subtract decimal numbers:
Step 1: Line up the decimal numbers one by one.
 
Step 2: Equalize the number of decimal places by adding zeros at the rightmost side of the decimal number.
 
Step 3: Start subtracting from the rightmost digit of the decimal number as the normal subtraction.
 
Step 4: Subtract both decimal part and whole number part.
 
Step 5: Finally, put a decimal point in the answer in the same place as the numbers above it.
Example:
Subtract \(94.56\) from \(156.60\).
 
156.6094.56¯62.04
 
The answer is \(62.04\).
Example:
Find the difference between \(462.057\) and \(351.542\).
 
462.057351.542¯111.515
 
Therefore, the difference between \(462.057\) and \(351.542\) is \(111.515\).