8th grade math

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I need to know what two fractions when subtracted equal:
3/5,
1/9,
and 3/10
the denominator has to be different and it cant be an improper fraction.thanks

  • 8th grade math -

    Your problem is very confusing. You "need to know what two fractions when subtracted equal" then you list 3 fractions. Which two are to be subtracted. What do we do with the third one?

  • 8th grade math -

    No No I meant what two fractions can be subtracted to equal
    a)3/5
    b)1/9
    c)3/10
    they are separate

  • 8th grade math -

    i really need help

  • 8th grade math -

    For the first one of 3/5.
    4/5 - 3/15 = 12/15 - 3/15 = 9/15 = 3/5.

    5/9 - 8/18 = 10/18 - 8/18 = 2/18 = 1/9

    I hope this helps and I hope I followed all of the rules.

  • 8th grade math -

    55 mhp to 70 mhp

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