# Subtracting Like Fractions (Same Denominators) Worksheets

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Thanks to our subtracting like fractions worksheets accompanied by answer keys, finding the difference between two fractions with the same denominators is twice as quick. The exercises in this collection are subtracting proper like fractions, improper like fractions, completing subtraction equations, and solving real-life word problems. Donâ€™t forget to visit our free subtracting like fractions worksheets!

Subtracting Like Fractions with Visual Models

Analyze the pie models to find the difference between two fractions in the first part and identify the model representing the specified difference in the second.

Subtracting Proper Like Fractions

The golden rule for subtracting proper fractions with like denominators is to find the difference between the numerators and retain the denominators.

Subtracting Like Fractions Word Problems

Identify the fractions involved in each word problem, determine the subtrahend and minuend, while finding the difference in these subtracting like fractions worksheets.

Subtracting Like Fractions on a Number Line

Start from the initial fraction, draw hops moving backward as many times as equal to the numerator of the second fraction. The fraction you end up on is the difference.

Subtracting Improper Like Fractions

Bolster skills with this pdf resource packed with problems to find the difference between fractions greater than one and simplify the resultant fraction!

Subtracting Like Fractions with Word Problems

Each subtracting like fractions worksheet is packed with word problems and standard problems to help recapitulate and assess the skills of your budding math experts!

Subtracting Proper and Improper Fractions

Comprising a mix of proper and improper fractions, subtracting the second numerator from the first, and leaving the denominators untouched is the task in these practice sheets.

Take up the challenge of identifying the missing like fractional minuend or subtrahend in this exercise using the relationship between addition and subtraction.