Fractions and Whole Numbers Subtraction

Name Grade School
Date Questions20 Score

1
2 - 1/8 =
   
2
9/8 - 1 =
   
3
2 - 2/3 =
   
4
1 - 1/2 =
   
5
1 - 1/4 =
   
6
6/5 - 1 =
   
7
4/3 - 1 =
   
8
1 - 7/8 =
   
9
8 - 1/2 =
   
10
4/7 - 1 =
   
11
5/8 - 2 =
   
12
8 - 1/4 =
   
13
2 - 2/3 =
   
14
1/2 - 3 =
   
15
3 - 1/3 =
   
16
6 - 1/4 =
   
17
3 - 1/7 =
   
18
3/4 - 3 =
   
19
2 - 2/3 =
   
20
1/6 - 2 =
   

Answers Key
1
2 - 1/8 =
15/8
  2   -  
18
   =   
21
 -  
18
  =  
2 x 8 8
  -  
1 8
  =  
16  -  18
  =  
-158
2
9/8 - 1 =
1/8
98
 -  1   =   
98
 -  
11
  =  
9 8
  -  
1 x 8 8
  =  
9  -  88
  =  
18
3
2 - 2/3 =
4/3
  2   -  
23
   =   
21
 -  
23
  =  
2 x 3 3
  -  
2 3
  =  
6  -  23
  =  
-43
4
1 - 1/2 =
1/2
  1   -  
12
   =   
11
 -  
12
  =  
1 x 2 2
  -  
1 2
  =  
2  -  12
  =  
-12
5
1 - 1/4 =
3/4
  1   -  
14
   =   
11
 -  
14
  =  
1 x 4 4
  -  
1 4
  =  
4  -  14
  =  
-34
6
6/5 - 1 =
1/5
65
 -  1   =   
65
 -  
11
  =  
6 5
  -  
1 x 5 5
  =  
6  -  55
  =  
15
7
4/3 - 1 =
1/3
43
 -  1   =   
43
 -  
11
  =  
4 3
  -  
1 x 3 3
  =  
4  -  33
  =  
13
8
1 - 7/8 =
1/8
  1   -  
78
   =   
11
 -  
78
  =  
1 x 8 8
  -  
7 8
  =  
8  -  78
  =  
-18
9
8 - 1/2 =
15/2
  8   -  
12
   =   
81
 -  
12
  =  
8 x 2 2
  -  
1 2
  =  
16  -  12
  =  
-152
10
4/7 - 1 =
-3/7
47
 -  1   =   
47
 -  
11
  =  
4 7
  -  
1 x 7 7
  =  
4  -  77
  =  
-37
11
5/8 - 2 =
-11/8
58
 -  2   =   
58
 -  
21
  =  
5 8
  -  
2 x 8 8
  =  
5  -  168
  =  
-118
12
8 - 1/4 =
31/4
  8   -  
14
   =   
81
 -  
14
  =  
8 x 4 4
  -  
1 4
  =  
32  -  14
  =  
-314
13
2 - 2/3 =
4/3
  2   -  
23
   =   
21
 -  
23
  =  
2 x 3 3
  -  
2 3
  =  
6  -  23
  =  
-43
14
1/2 - 3 =
-5/2
12
 -  3   =   
12
 -  
31
  =  
1 2
  -  
3 x 2 2
  =  
1  -  62
  =  
-52
15
3 - 1/3 =
8/3
  3   -  
13
   =   
31
 -  
13
  =  
3 x 3 3
  -  
1 3
  =  
9  -  13
  =  
-83
16
6 - 1/4 =
23/4
  6   -  
14
   =   
61
 -  
14
  =  
6 x 4 4
  -  
1 4
  =  
24  -  14
  =  
-234
17
3 - 1/7 =
20/7
  3   -  
17
   =   
31
 -  
17
  =  
3 x 7 7
  -  
1 7
  =  
21  -  17
  =  
-207
18
3/4 - 3 =
-9/4
34
 -  3   =   
34
 -  
31
  =  
3 4
  -  
3 x 4 4
  =  
3  -  124
  =  
-94
19
2 - 2/3 =
4/3
  2   -  
23
   =   
21
 -  
23
  =  
2 x 3 3
  -  
2 3
  =  
6  -  23
  =  
-43
20
1/6 - 2 =
-11/6
16
 -  2   =   
16
 -  
21
  =  
1 6
  -  
2 x 6 6
  =  
1  -  126
  =  
-116

Subtracting Fraction from a Whole Number Worksheet

Subtracting fraction from a whole number or subtracting a while number from a fraction worksheet with answers to practice & learn 6th grade math problems is available online for free in printable & downloadable (pdf & image) format. Tap on PRINT, PDF or IMAGE button to print or download this grade-6 fraction worksheet to practice fractions and whole numbers subtraction.

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In this sixth grade fraction worksheet, students are required to find the difference between fraction and whole number or whole number and fraction. For subtracting fraction from whole number, write the whole number in fraction form, find the LCD of denominators, multiply LCD with both numerator and denominator of each fraction, simplify the fractions to have equal denominators and find the difference between the numerators. The difference of numerators divided by the common denominator is the resulting difference between fraction and whole number.

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