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Can someone please walk me through subtracting these fractions?Leave answers as improper fractions.
5/3  5/6=
7/3  7/5=
9/5  11/10=
11/4  13/6
7/5 11/10 =
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HorseCrazyGirlForever Group Title
Can someone please walk me through subtracting these fractions?Leave answers as improper fractions. 5/3  5/6= 7/3  7/5= 9/5  11/10= 11/4  13/6 7/5 11/10 =
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The first one is 5/6
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soory cant help
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Miyuru Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Before subtracting you should equal the denominator of both fractions.. To do this take the LCM of the denominator..
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marissa777 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
The second one is 14/15
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Third one is 7/10
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Could someone walk me through it?
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5/6 14/15 35/50 14/24 15/50
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The fourth one is 7/12
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Last one is 3/10
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My answers r right
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Thank you so much everyone!
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Miyuru Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
In the first one the LCM is 6.. So in the first fraction you divide 6 by 3 and multiply the numerator. So you get it like this..\[\frac{10}{6}\frac{5}{6}\]Likewise do the others..
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