Fractions are confusing, aren't they? They're numbers, but they're not really numbers and they're also pieces of numbers..fractions are a lot of things. When you begin working with fractions, you will need to know how to add and subtract them. In this tutorial, math teacher Mr. Simms shows you how to subtract fractions. This tutorial is very helpful and easy to follow along with. It takes a little practice but everybody is able to learn fractions with enough hard work.
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