Posted by **Walter** on Thursday, May 15, 2008 at 2:33pm.

say i have something like

(2/3)-(1/3)

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3

do i multiply the top this way

(1/3)(3/1) by flipping the denominator or

multiply it like this (1/3)(1/3)

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