# Addition Adding Fractions

06 October 06:19

To accumulate two fractions:

For instance,

:::$frac\; imes\; frac\; =\; frac\; =\; frac\; =\; frac$.

To bisect one atom by addition one,

For instance,

:::$left(frac$

ight) / left(frac

ight) = frac imes frac = frac = frac = frac.

To abridge a admixture fraction, like $frac$, just bethink that a atom is the aforementioned as division, and bisect (3/5) ÷ (1/4), which comes to 12/5.

To accumulate two fractions:

For instance,

:::$frac\; imes\; frac\; =\; frac\; =\; frac\; =\; frac$.

To bisect one atom by addition one,

**cast**numerator and denominator of the additional one, and then accumulate the two fractions. The flipped-over atom is alleged the multiplicative changed or reciprocal.For instance,

:::$left(frac$

ight) / left(frac

ight) = frac imes frac = frac = frac = frac.

To abridge a admixture fraction, like $frac$, just bethink that a atom is the aforementioned as division, and bisect (3/5) ÷ (1/4), which comes to 12/5.

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