5th grade math

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One patern called for 2/3 of a yard of lace, and another pattern called for 5/9 of a yard of lace. In simplest form, how much more lace did the first pattern call for than the second?

  • 5th grade math -

    2/3 = 6/9

    6/9 - 5/9 = ???

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    The answer is 1/9.

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