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In this module, you can how learn how to subtract one mixed number from another.

The video above from Khan Academy shows how to add two mixed numbers with common denominators.

The above video shows how to add mixed numbers with unlike denominators.

This video from Khan Academy shows you two ways to subtract mixed numbers.

You can change the number 3 into a fraction by putting it over 1. For example, you can change 3 into 3/1, and you can change -2 into -2/1.

- Study adding and subtracting mixed numbersRead about adding and subtracting mixed numbers at mathsisfun.com. After reading several examples, you can test your understanding with a short quiz.
- Download a worksheet for adding mixed numbersDesign and print your own worksheet for adding mixed numbers at math-aids.com.
- Download a worksheet for subtracting mixed numbersDesign and print your own worksheet of mixed number subtraction problems at math-aids.com.
- Quiz yourself on mixed number addition and subtractionIn this quiz, you must reduce a fraction to lowest terms to get the answer right. For example, 1/2 and 2/4 are equivalent fractions, but only 1/2 would be considered correct in this quiz.

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