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This is the same as ½-⅓ because the plus outside the parentheses and the minus inside combine to make minus. Both fractions can be expressed in terms of ⅙. ½ is 3 sixths and ⅓ is 2 sixths, so the difference is 3-2= 1 (one) sixth or ⅙.

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