The video creator attempts to teach us how to add and subtract fraction. He goes very slowly and assumes that the viewer only has a very basic knowledge of math. He starts with a division of a pie. If we were to divide a pie into four pieces, you would get four pieces of a pie. If I ate one, there would only be three fourths of the pie left. He uses this basis in order to explain this mathematically.
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