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## Sagot :

Example:

[tex] \frac{2}{3}+ \frac{1}{4}= \frac{?}{?}[/tex]

The LCM of 3 and 4 is 12, so we will have:

[tex] \frac{2}{3}+ \frac{1}{4}= \frac{?}{12}[/tex]

Then we divide 12 by the denominator 3, which gives us 4 (12/3=4), then multiply that answer to 2, which makes it 8 (4*2).

[tex] \frac{2}{3}+ \frac{1}{4}= \frac{8+?}{12}[/tex]

But we still have to add the other fraction. Do the same with it. Try it!

If you did the correct procedure, you will be able to get the answer [tex]\frac{11}{12}[/tex]

2. Adding improper fractions is just the same with adding our usual fractions, whether they have the same denominator or not.

3. If you are given with a mixed number and another fraction, you have to make the mixed number an improper fraction first.

*In order to do that, you just multiply the denominator by the whole number and add the numerator, and the value that you get will be your new numerator.*

*Example:*

[tex]5 \frac{3}{4}= \frac{(5*4)+3}{4} = \frac{23}{4} [/tex]

*The second case is that if you have two mixed numbers. This is easier.*

You just have to add the whole numbers together and then add the fractions and combine them.

Example:

[tex]5 \frac{3}{4}+3 \frac{1}{3}=8 \frac{13}{12}=\frac{109}{12}[/tex]

But, you can also do it by making both of them improper fractions then doing the addition. The answer is the same. :)

Though the problem with that process is that you will get larger values to add and multiply which will take a bit of time. But you have the freedom to choose.

*Hope that helps. Good luck!*