Subtracting Like Fractions (Same Denominators) Worksheets
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Employ our free printable subtracting like fractions worksheets and train your kids to quickly and instantaneously differentiate between two fractions with same denominators. To give computational skills a big shot in the arm, our experts have curated 14 exercises featuring both proper and improper fractions. Since the denominators are alike, children need not bother beyond the two steps while they subtract fractions – subtracting the numerators and simplifying the resultant fractions. Your prospects for subtraction of like fractions are super-bright!
We suggest these free pdf resources for grade 3 and grade 4 students.
Subtracting Proper Fractions | Worksheet #1
The golden rule for subtracting fractions with like denominators is– find the difference between the numerators and retain the denominators. With reams of in-detail practice, this printable worksheet makes learning feel like an organic affair!
Subtracting Proper Fractions | Worksheet #2
Bring boundless energy in subtracting fractions with like denominators using a bunch of diverse problems. Students methodically practice subtracting fractions with the same denominators in each exercise. Suitable for 3rd grade and 4th grade kids.
Subtracting Improper Fractions | Worksheet #1
Here's yet another free worksheet prepared for the subtraction of like fractions with your kids in mind! Let them subtract the numerators and conclude by simplifying the fractional difference with finesse!
Subtracting Improper Fractions | Worksheet #2
Garner additional practice so your students further progress finding the difference between like fractions and reducing the resulting improper fraction into its simplest form. Suggested for grade 4 students.
Subtracting Proper and Improper Fractions
The journey from good at subtracting proper and improper fractions to well-versed in it is a long way. In this pdf subtracting like fractions worksheet, subtract the second numerator from the first, and keep the denominators as they are.