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This video goes through the most difficult part of the previous lesson -- subtracting mixed numbers in which you must borrow for the fractional part of the first mixed number. All steps are explained very well in this often confusing method.
I really like the way you do each problem over again each different way. I have learned more from your videos than any others I have tried to watch. Thank you