In this math lesson, you will learn how to subtract mixed numbers by borrowing. By following the example problems provided, you will understand how to get a common denominator and rewrite mixed numbers as improper fractions. You will also learn how to determine if borrowing is necessary, and how to simplify the final answer. Whether you choose to use the borrowing method or convert to improper fractions, this lesson will give you the tools you need to successfully subtract mixed numbers.
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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.