How do you add improper fractions with the same denominator?

How do you add improper fractions with the same denominator?

Starts here2:26Adding improper fractions with like denominators – learn math onlineYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip54 second suggested clipSo you can see here remember a fraction is your part over a whole. So here what I’ve done is I’veMoreSo you can see here remember a fraction is your part over a whole. So here what I’ve done is I’ve selected. Five parts over five parts makes up one whole. But there’s an extra three more parts.

How do you add improper fractions together?

Starts here1:18Adding Improper Fractions – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip49 second suggested clipSo 5 plus 7 is 12 now notice that we end up with an improper fraction. And that’s okay you can leaveMoreSo 5 plus 7 is 12 now notice that we end up with an improper fraction. And that’s okay you can leave it as an improper fraction. Or you can write it as a mixed number.

How do you add fractions with common denominators?

Starts here2:21Adding Fractions – common denominators – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip60 second suggested clipWe just add the two numbers together. So in our numerator we have a 5 plus 1 which is equal to 6 andMoreWe just add the two numbers together. So in our numerator we have a 5 plus 1 which is equal to 6 and our denominator we have a 7. So 5 over 7 plus 1 over 7 is equal to 6 over 7.

How do you add fractions with mixed numbers with different denominators?

1. Rename the fractions using a common denominator.
2. Add whole numbers to whole numbers.
3. Add fractions to fractions. .
4. Regroup and simplify, if needed.