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how do you do this problem 11-3 2/8

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  1. anonymous
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    Make it an improper fraction. Put 11 over 1 then find a common denominator subtract and simplify

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    10 8/8-3 2/8=7 6/8 = 7 3/4

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    either method works!

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    11 - 3 2/8 = 11 - 26/8 since 3 2/8 resolves to 26/8 Now the problem becomes 11 - 26/8 using 8 as the common denominator, this becomes (88-26)/8 = 62/8 = 7 6/8 or 7 3/4

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