# Subtracting Integers Worksheet

I’m here to share with you a neat trick for multiplying your fractions and subtracting your integrals on a multiplying worksheet. As you might guess, this trick makes the addition of fractions much easier and removes the need to use one of the other methods. The step-by-step process is very simple.

You have two fractions and they add up to a whole number. When you multiply them, the result is always the same. There are some things that make it look like the fractions added up are different. It might look like they’re adding together or sometimes it might look like they’re adding even though they don’t add up at all. The best way to make sure that your fractions add up when you multiply them is to use a subtracting worksheet.

We’re going to use a subtracting worksheet first. So, get a subtracting worksheet and then go to my blank worksheet that has already been created. Select the fraction from the keyboard and click on it. Now, you should be able to see it. If not, make sure that you have your fractions selected so that they appear in the list that you’re looking at now.

Click on the + sign next to the fraction you want to use. Next, type in the number of the fraction you want to use. Now, just copy and paste this number into the edit box next to the percentage sign, because we’ll need it in a second.

Now, you don’t need to be a math genius to do this part. Just copy and paste the number into the cell. Make sure that you change it to the value that you want to add it to so that you don’t mix it up with anything else.

When you’re done, the formula doesn’t need to be capitalized. The program automatically recognizes the parenthesis. You can change the separator to either a slash or the comma.