You have x - x -1 - 2/5
The x's cancel each other out, and then use a common denominator of 5:
= -5/5 - 2/5 = -7/5
Or did you mean (x-3)/3 - (x-2)/5 ?
The above means the following:
. . . . .
If this is what you meant, then subtract the x's and then note that 3/3 = 1 = 5/5, and add the -5/5 and the -2/5.
If, on the other hand, you meant the following:
. . . . .
...then you need to convert the two fractions to a common denominator:
. . . . .
Multiply out, and then simplify across the top.