5th grade math

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10/10 - 5/5 =

Iknow the deon. need to be the same
do would the answer be 0
would you * 5/5 by 2 to do the problem?
Thank you.

  • 5th grade math -

    Yes.

    10/10 - 10/10 = 0

  • 5th grade math -

    any number divided by itself is 1
    so 10/10 - 5/5
    = 1-1
    = 0

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