Question

Liz makes footprints in the snow with her boots that are \blueD{\dfrac34}
4
3

start color #11accd, start fraction, 3, divided by, 4, end fraction, end color #11accd foot long. Liz’s feet are only \greenD{\dfrac23}
3
2

start color #1fab54, start fraction, 2, divided by, 3, end fraction, end color #1fab54 foot long.
What expression can be used to find out how much longer Liz’s boot prints are than her feet?

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The expression can be used for much longer Liz’s boot prints are than her feet is 9/12 – 8/12.

### What is an expression?

Expressions are defined as mathematical statements that have a minimum of two terms containing variables or numbers.
Given that,
Liz makes footprints in the snow with her boots that are 3/4 and 2/3
To determine expression can be used to much longer Liz’s boot prints are than her feet
The difference between 3/4 and 2/3 as :
⇒ 3/4 – 2/3
Dividing and multiplying by 12 in the above expression,
⇒ 3/4 – 2/3
⇒ (3/4 – 2/3)12/12
⇒ 3*3/12 – 2*4/12
9/12 – 8/12