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February 1 2008 Math Newsletter


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1. Subtracting Like and Unlike Denominators

Do unlike denominators disturb you? Go to a quiet place, and let’s examine the situation.

2. Fractions - Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Do you wonder how to subtract mixed numbers? Do you know how to handle unlike denominators or how to regroup or to borrow with mixed numbers? Take a deep breath and let us take it one step at a time. Click and begin.

Note: This title may sound familiar but the content is different. I split the original article into 2 articles. This article covers more detail about subtracting mixed numbers. Another article covers converting improper fractions into mixed numbers and vice versa. You can read it at

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