How do you subtract \frac{20}{33}-\frac{20}{33}?

johnnyschile7da 2022-02-09 Answered
How do you subtract 20332033?
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sazrelomi0s
Answered 2022-02-10 Author has 13 answers
All you really have to do is subtract the numerators if the denominators are the same, which they are. You wouldnt

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Answered 2022-02-11 Author has 11 answers
Answer: 1033
Explanation:
20333033=1033
because 2030=10.

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