Subtraction of Fraction Quiz 1
by Civil Service Reviewer · April 28, 2014
This is the first quiz in the series of quizzes on subtraction of fractions. If you have forgotten or have not learned subtraction of fractions yet, you can read How to Subtract Fractions, take the practice test, and see if your solutions and answers are correct.
In the quiz below, the answer is revealed after you answer each question. Correct answers are highlighted with green color. In case you made a mistake, your answer will be highlighted red.
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Question 9. Isn’t the answer 3/10?
2/5 of 1/2 was given, therefore 3/5 of the half is what left.
Therefore to get what part of the whole is remaining. 3/5 x 1/2= 3/10
2/5 is equal to 4/10… so what was left is 1/10… correct me if im wrong…
is the answer of #9 1/10? seriously? isn’t it 3/10? someone please explain it to me