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Definition

An improper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to  its denominator.

Summary

SUBTRACTING IMPROPER FRACTIONS

  • Check if the fractions have the same denominators. If they do not have the same denominators, get the LCD (Least Common Denominator) of the fractions to get their equivalent fractions.   
  • By writing their equivalent fractions, you can now subtract the numerators and copy the denominator. 
  • Reduce your answer in lowest term if possible. Also, if your answer is in improper fraction, you have to rewrite it as a mixed number. 

Subtraction of Improper Fractions (Construction Themed) Worksheets

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Worksheets Activities Included

Age 8-9 (Basic)

  • Materials Checklist
  • Safety First
  • Follow the Plan
  • Build, Build, Build
  • Hard Hat On!

Age 9-10 (Advanced)

  • Construction in Progress
  • Workers and Hard Work
  • The Power of Teamwork
  • Construction Completion
  • Final Construction Inspection