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How to add fractions that have different denominators | Adding and ...

To solve this problem, we need to find the least common multiple to get at the common denominator. Can you help? We bet you can!

Adding Fractions - Math is Fun

There are 3 Simple Steps to add fractions: Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same; Step 2: Add the top numbers (the ...

Adding Fractions Calculator - Calculator Soup

Calculator for adding fractions with like denominators and adding fractions with unlike denominators. The fraction calculator will add 2 to 10 fractions and show ...

Adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers-- A complete ...

A FRACTION IS A NUMBER we need for measuring (Lesson 20); therefore we sometimes have to add or subtract them. Now, to add or subtract anything, the ...

Add two fractions together - WebMath

This page will show you how to add two fractions together. Fill in one problem type, that matches the fraction addition problem you are trying to do, then click ...

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Adding Fractions with Like Denominators | ABCya!

Adding fractions is a fun game for kids to practice adding fractions with like denominators. Select two fractions that add to the number 1 and watch the monster ...

Adding Fractions With Different Denominators - Help With Fractions

Nov 3, 2014 ... Master this simple trick for adding fractions with different or unlike denominators.

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Math Games: Fruit Splat Fractions Addition - Sheppard Software

To add or subtract fractions, they must have the same denominator. If they do not, make the least common multiple of all of the denominators the new denominator. After adding or subtracting, reduce your answer.
When giving the fractions like denominators, whatever number you multiply the old denominator of a fraction by, you must also multiply it by the numerator.

Practice adding fractions that have different denominators.