i think you just add it and put the negative sign in front of it
Subtracting a negative fraction is the same as adding its positive equivalent.
It can be a negative or positive fraction, a negative or positive integer, or zero.
It will be either a mixed fraction or a proper fraction, positive or negative.
(-1/2) - (1/4) = -3/4 Done!
You need a common denominator; change the whole number into fraction form. If its a 1, and the fraction is 3/7 then you'd have to change the 1 to a 7/7 and then subtract that way. Although, you are likely to get a negative number.
Change the whole number into an improper fraction with the same denominator as the fraction and then subtract accordingly
yes it is a negative fraction
You just go ahead. You will end up with a negative answer.
If the numerator is negative and the denominator is positive then the fraction will be negative. If the numerator is negative and the denominator is negative too then the fraction will be positive.
If you subtract positive twenty-seven from negative sixty-nine, you would get negative forty-two. You simply subtract the 27 from the 69 but leave the negative sign.
You can subtract the bigger fraction by the smaller fraction and then put a minus sign in front of the answer.
If you subtract a positive from a negative, you will get a negative.
The fraction becomes less negative. It remains a negative fraction but moves nearer to 0.
Unless the fraction is negative, the fraction is
A negative integer cannot BE a fraction, but it can be part of a fraction.
Find a common denominator of the fraction parts (the least common denominator is the popular choice). If the fraction part of the subtrahend is bigger than that of the minuend, you need to subtract 1 from the integer (whole number) part of the minuend and add it (as a fraction) to the fraction part. For example, 5 3/7 becomes 4 10/7. Then you can subtract the fraction parts by subtracting the numerators, and subtract the integer parts, provided the integer part of the minuend is greater than or equal to that in the subtrahend. If not, reverse the roles of the minuend and subtrahend and use the above method to subtract, then make the sign of the difference negative.
By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction and ensuring that they both have the same denominators simply then subtract one improper fraction from the other improper fraction.
Subtract negative 3.
You put the negative to the side, before the fraction, or you put the negative in the numerator, so it's a negative fraction. It can look like this: -1/2 or the negative can be on the side of the fraction