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# 3/4 - 9/16 ⚑ Flag

by erin143 at April 19, 2011

First find the LCD or the lowest common denominator. 16.3/4 x 4 = 12/16. Then you got your problem. 12/16 - 9/16Next you just subtract. Your answer is 3/16!!!!!!\    ]    l      __/    ]    l     ( ___\    ]    l     (      )/    ]    l      ____3/16  XD

ChromeRedCat April 20, 2011

Whenever you have a problem where you need to find a difference of two fractions with different denominators, find the least common denominator first. Then multiply the equations accordingly so that their denominators are common, and simplify.LeetCat - You actually said something useful....it's a miracle.

Gentou April 20, 2011

first find LCD, which is 16. multiply 3/4 by 4/4, which will be 12/16. subtract the two numerators. and the answer is 3/16.

Charles April 20, 2011

Whenever you have a problem where you need to find a difference of two fractions with different denominators, find the least common denominator first. Then multiply the equations accordingly so that their denominators are common, and simplify. LeetCat - You actually said something useful....it's a miracle.

...sydnie... April 20, 2011

dude ... your a freaking idiot it is so freaking easy... type it in you calculator

Alison030 April 20, 2011