Q: Can you subtract 3 from 9?

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5/9-1/3 is the same as 5/9-3/9. This would then subtract out to be 2/9. (2 over 9)

-3

6

9

3/9 (three over nine)

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You can only add or subtract like terms. So, you subtract 9x from 2x, which gives you -7x. Then subtract -9 from 3 to get -6. And you are left with -7x -6.

5/9-1/3 is the same as 5/9-3/9. This would then subtract out to be 2/9. (2 over 9)

-1/9

-3

9/11 - 3/22 = 15/22

How much more means to subtract. For example, "How much more is 9 than 3?". The answer would be 9-3 which is 6.

6

9

3

1. Subtract 25 2. Then subtract 6 3. Then subtract 12 4. Then subtract 2 5. Then subtract 10 6. Then subtract 15 7. Then subtract 7 8. Then add 3 X 1/2 9. Then add 8

3/9 (three over nine)

6/9 - 1/3 = 2/3 - 1/3 = 1/3