# Fractions on the Number Line

Any fractional number can be represented on a number line which is known as fractions on the number line. Here we will learn how to represent fraction on a number line. We will also learn how to add or subtract with the help of a fraction number line.

Follow the examples step-by-step how to add or subtract using a fraction number line.

1. Calculate the sum of 3/10 + 4/10 on the fraction number line.

3/10 + 4/10

= (3 + 4)/10

= 7/10

2. Calculate 3/5 + 2/5 on the fraction number line.

3/5 + 2/5

= (3 + 2)/5

= 5/5

= 1/1

= 1.

3. Find the different on the fraction number line
7/8 - 3/8

7/8 - 3/8

= 4/8 ÷ 4/4

= 1/2

4. Find the difference of 9/10 and 7/10

9/10 - 7/10

= 2/10 or 2/10 ÷ 2/2

= 1/5

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