Find the difference of the following: 1. 8/11 – 3/11 2. 7/16 – 3/16 3. 4/5 – 3/4 4. 7 – 4/9 5. 8 9/10 – 3/10 6. 6 2/7 – 5/7 7. 4 1/3 – 1/6 8. 6 3/5 – 2 3/4 9. 11 2/3 – 7 10. 9 2/5 – 11/9 Answers: 1.… Read More »
Last week, we have learned how to add and subtract fractions. In this post, we are going to learn about addition of mixed fractions. There are two strategies in addition and subtraction of mixed fractions. The first one is to add or subtract first the whole numbers (if possible), then add or subtract the fraction.… Read More »
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… Read More »
Fractions is one of the concepts that you should master if you want to pass the Civil Service Examination. Although fraction seems like a simple context, most of the time it is used in higher mathematics such as algebraic manipulation as well as in problem solving. We have discussed all the operations in fractions, but… Read More »
I am planning to include videos of explanation of mathematical concepts in this blog and below is my first trial video. The explanation in the video is mostly Filipino (Tagalog) and sometimes English. This video discusses the concept of least common multiple which is used in addition of fractions. I hope you learn something from… Read More »
A month ago, I have discussed the first part of the subtraction of fraction tutorials and I apologize for the delay of the exercises. Sharpen what you have learned from the practice test below. Practice Test on Subtraction of Fractions 1. . 2. . 3. 4. 5. 6.
We have already learned the three operations on fractions namely addition, multiplication, and division. In this post, we are going to learn the last elementary operation: subtraction. If you have mastered addition of fractions, this will not be a problem for you because the process is just the same. Let’s subtract fractions! Example 1: .… Read More »
In mathematics, a multiple is a product of any number and an integer. The numbers 16, -48 and 72 are multiples of 8 because 8 x 2 = 16, 8 x -3 = -48 and 8 x 9 = 72. Similarly, the first five positive multiples of 7 are the following: 7, 14, 21, 28, 35.… Read More »