Write a subtraction statement involving two negative fractions or negative mixed fractions so that the difference is -4/3.
So basically, it's a - b= -4/3.
You can just inverse the statement and make it -4/3 + b = a. B and A have to both be negatives so for B, I just chose a random negative fraction like -2/5.
-4/3 + (-2/5) = a
When I did this, a came out as -26/15.
So it's -4/3 + (-2/5) = -26/15.
If you make it back to a - b = -4/3, it'd become -26/15 - (-2/5) = -4/3. I even checked it. It's right.
I wasn't sure if it might work with other negative fractions so I tried it with -6/7.
-4/3 + (-6/7) = a
It came out as -4/3 + (-6/7) = -46/21.
I made it back to a - b =-4/3 again. It became -46/21 -(-6/7) = -4/3. It also works.
I'd make pictures but my paint isn't being cooperative with me and neither are my cameras. I'll try again tomorrow though...
Answering Mr. Backe's question, I think it will work everytime because it's a - b = -3/4, right? A and B have to be negatives. So when you inverse the statement to -3/4 + b = a, it should work because A has to be a negative and a negative plus a negative equals a negative.