Q. 74.5( 15 Votes )

# Subtract:

(i)from (ii)from

(iii)from (iv)from

(v)from (vi)from

(vii)from (viii)from

Answer :

(i)

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 3 and 4 = 12

And,

Therefore,

(ii)

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 6 and 3 = 6

And,

Therefore,

(iii)

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 9 and 5 = 45

And,

Therefore,

(iv)

We can write,

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 1 and 7 =7

And,

Therefore,

(v)

We can write,

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 1 and 11 = 11

And,

Therefore,

(vi)

(vii)

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 13 and 5 = 65

And,

Therefore,

(viii)

We can write,

Since the denominators of both the numbers are different therefore, we will take their LCM

LCM 0f 1 and 7 = 7

And,

Therefore,

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