Q: What is 1 whole take away 1 over 4?

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you take that number and put it over 1. as there are 9 1's

5/6 - 2/6 = 3/6 or 1/2

1 whole and 1 over 10

-2. If you start with -1, and take away 1 from that, you get -2. Basically, your taking away a whole number one time. Think of it this way...it's like you have -$1 in your bank account and then you spend $1 (take away 1) on your debit card, then you get a letter from your bank saying that you account is -$2 (the difference). Hopes this helps.

It's 1 whole + 1 over 4.

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1 minus 5/8 is 3/8.

2 thirds.

1 - 3/8 =8/8 - 3/8 =5/8

To write a whole number as a fraction, you take the whole number over "one". 460/1 460 over 1

If you have the number 13 the denoninator would be 1. So like 13 over 1

Consider the whole number 1 and let's say we divide it by 0.1 What is meant by the above statement is how many 0.1 are there in 1 That is (1)/(0.1) and can be written as (1)/(1/10) and asks how many 1/10th are there in 1. We see 1 is a whole number divided by a fraction which will always yield a larger quotient than the original number.

1 over 3 is not a whole number.

1.625 or 1 5/8

Take the whole number and place it over one, for example: 34 could be 34/1

Subtracting a negative is adding a positive: 1 and 2/5

0.95 or 19 over 20.

1. Simply the number 1. 1=One Whole.