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# Q1w6d2

Prepared by:
RIGINO T. MACUNAY, JR.
Inopacan District
Leyte Division
Objective/Learning Competency
• Subtracts fractions
and mixed
numbers with
regrouping
• M5NS-If-85
a. review
•Match the fractions
in Column A with its
lowest terms in
Column B.
Column 𝐴 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑛 𝐵
2 1
6 𝑎. 3
1
𝑏. 6
Column 𝐴 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑛 𝐵
1
5 𝑎. 5
10
1
𝑏. 2
Column 𝐴 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑛 𝐵
6 1
8 𝑎. 4
3
𝑏. 4
Column 𝐴 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑛 𝐵
1
7 𝑎. 2
14
1
𝑏. 4
Motivation

home? How?
• Do you know how to cook?
Presentation

## • Glenn needs 𝟔 𝟏/𝟑 cups of

sugar for the bibingka that he is
planning to cook. He requested
his sister to measure the amount
of sugar in the container and
found out that it was only 𝟐/𝟒
cups. How much more does he
need to have?
• What do we need to find out?
• What data are available?
• Are the data sufficient?
• GROUP ACTIVITY

the problem using
AGONSA Steps.
• Group Activity

## Liza bought 3 1/2

kilograms of lanzones and
2/3 kilograms of dalandan.
How many more kilograms of
lanzones than dalandan did
Developing Mastery 1

## Subtract the following fractions

and mixed number.
Reduce to lowest terms if
possible.
a. 5 1/2- 2/3
b. 16 1/4- 3/8
c. 12 2/5- 2/3
Practical Application

•Group 1- JamesChristian
biked 8 4/5 km in going
to market and 3/7 km in
going to school. How
many kilometers farther
is the market to
school?
Practical Application

## •Group 2- Dionne Josette

used 1 2/5 meters of chicken
wire to cover the hole of
the fence and another 4/6
meters as plant holders. How
many more meters of chicken
wire did he use to cover the
hole of the fence than that
of the plant holders?
Practical Application

## •Group 3- A Police Officer

was driving from San Jose to
Lipa, with an approximate
distance of 9/5 kilometers.
When he reached BanayBanay
flat tire. If he had driven
4/6 kilometers, how many more
kilometers will he need to
drive?
Generalization.
How do you
subtract
fractions and
mixed number
with
regrouping?
Assessment

## • A. Directions: Subtract the following fractions

and mixed number. Reduce to lowest terms if
possible.

## • a. 61/5 b. 8 2/7 c. 9 1/3

- 2/4 – 3/5 – 4/5
• B. Analyze and solve. Write your complete
solution.
• 1. James and Dionne own
neighboring cornfields. James
harvested 12 2/7 of an acre of
corn on Monday and Dionne
harvested 68 of an acre. How
many more acres did James
harvest than Dionne?
• 2. Elyza Angela and her sister
went together to get haircuts.
Elyza Angela got 2 1/7 of an inch
cut off and her sister got 34 of an
inch cut off. Compared to her
sister, how much more hair did
Elyza Angela get taken off?