Sunday, March 11, 2007

Tears' Super Scribe

Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators

Fractions are parts of a whole that has a numerator (the part) and a denominator (the whole; can't be a zero).There are three types. Which are proper( 3/5), improper(5/2) and mixed(1 1/2) fractions which can be simplified and can't have decimals.

Can you subtract? If yes, then you can subtract fractions with like denominators.

Here's my illustration: The steps are mentioned!

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Subtracting Fractions With Unlike Denominators

Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators is not harder it just takes a little longer. You have to find the CD (Common Denominator)

Common Denominator:
Common Denominator is when you have fractions with the same denominator.

Here is my illustration about common denominators:

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Mary said...

nice scribe post! i really understood what you were explaining. i would give it 100%!

michelle 8-16 said...

Awesome job. You put in a lot of detail and great images.