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Q: How do you subtract mixed numbers and improper fraction?

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Make it into an both numbers an improper fraction and then do the opperation.

Make them into improper fractions, find the least common denominator, convert them, subtract, reduce if possible.

First, turn the fraction into a improper fraction. Then find a common denominator between the two numbers. After this, subtract strait across, but leave the denominator the same.

You convert the mixed numeral into an improper fraction. Now subtract the improper fraction from the whole number by putting the whole number over 1.

Express the mixed fraction as an improper fraction and then proceed as you would with ordinary fractions. If the answer is an improper fraction, then remember to convert to a mixed fraction.

Subtracting a mixed number is just subtracting fractions but with a whole number by a fraction. To subtract tun the mixed numbers into improper fractions and find the common denominator. Then you subtract the numerators.

change the mixed # into a fraction

turn fraction into a improper fraction

The easiest is to convert both mixed form numbers to improper fractions, do the subtraction (as normal1) and if the result is an improper fraction convert it to mixed form. 1 by converting the improper fractions to equivalent [improper] fractions with a common denominator and subtracting the resultant numerators.

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