## The 5-step plan

At the first level of subtracting fractions, you'll answer questions with equivalent fractions smaller than 1. When the fractions are equivalent, you only have to subtract the numerators (the top numbers of the fractions) and the denominators (the bottom numbers) remain the same. Always check to see whether you can simplify the answer.### Step 1 - Subtraction, don't forget to simplify

### Step 2 - Drag the correct answer

### Step 3 - Subtraction, don't forget to simplify

### Step 4 - Multiple choice questions

Try to answer all the 10 questions right!

### Step 5: Get your diploma

Answer all the 10 questions right to get the diploma!

### Subtracting Fractions 1 diploma

## Description Subtracting Fractions 1

**Example 1:**23 - 13

First we check whether the denominators are the same. Yes, both are 3.

Now you only have to subtract the numerators. 2 - 1 = 1

23 - 13 = 13 Can we simplify? No, that's not possible. The answer remains

**13**.

**Example 2:**36 + 16

First we check whether the denominators are the same. Yes, both are 6.

Now you only have to subtract the numerators. 3 - 1 = 2

36 - 16 = 26 Can we simplify? Yes. 26 = 13. The answer is 36 - 16 =

**13**

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