Part 2 of the lesson - more practice with adding and subtracting negative fractions. It's NOT difficult at all! We simply find the common denominator, and after that, we have an integer addition or subtraction in the numerator.
We also practice finding the DISTANCE between a negative and a positive integer, or between two negative rational numbers -- a number line helps here!
The first part of this lesson is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tobrovcpbd0
Find worksheets that match this lesson (and other lessons) in my workbook Math Mammoth Rational Numbers at http://www.mathmammoth.com/rational_numbers.php
Tagged under: Rational Number,Subtraction,addition,negative numbers,negative fractions,Fraction (Literature Subject),Math,Negative Number
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