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## SuperKids Math Review## How to Add Fractions- Adding fractions with COMMON denominators
- Creating common denominators
- Adding fractions with DIFFERENT denominators
No reduction is possible, so we have found the answer!
Then reduce:
Then convert the improper fraction to a mixed number:
Select the denominator of the first fraction (3) and multiply the top and bottom of the second fraction (1/4) by that number:
These two fractions (8/12 and 3/12) have common denominators - the number 12 on the bottom of the fraction. Add these two new fractions together:
Select the denominator of the first fraction (5) and multiply the top and bottom of the second fraction (2/7) by that number
These two fractions (21/35 and 10/35) have common denominators -- the number 35 on the bottom of the fraction. We can now add these two fractions together, because they have common denominators:
Got it? Great! Then go to the SuperKids Math Worksheet Creator for Basic Fractions, and give it a try!
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