How do I subtract 4 3/5 from 9 1/4?
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In order to subtract one fraction from another fraction, you will need to find the lowest common denominator. The lowest common denominator is the smallest number that can be exactly divided (meaning no remainders) by all of the bottom numbers in a set of fractions. In this case, we need to find the lowest common denominator for 4 and 5. An easy trick is to multiply those 2 numbers together, but then you still have to...
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