8th grade math
posted by Mia .
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 
DrBob222
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 
Mia
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 
Mia
i really need help

8th grade math 
DrBob222
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 
david
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