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Posted almost 5 years ago

I am tryign to do my amth homework but i am confused ona part.... If youa re addign two fracitons with different denominators and in order to find them you have to make the denominator which i get. But if you change the denominator to youa lso have to change the numerator? I am curious but all of the websites are too long too read and I get bored of it. So reply to this thread if you can...,................

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Posted almost 5 years ago

when you find the common denominator you X the numerator & denomerator by the same # then you do the same with the 2nd fraction if it doesnt have the sane denominator as the first fraction btw..numerator is the top # denominator is the bottom #

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Posted almost 5 years ago

You get a common denominator and that changes the numerator. For example 1/2 + 1/4. The common denominator is four. Two goes into four twice. You multiply the two by one, keeping it at two. One-fourth satys the same. The answer would be three-fourths. Did that help?

Posted almost 5 years ago

all you have to do it whatever you times the denominator by you mmultiply the numerator by the same number that you used to multiply the denom. by so the denominator's are the same

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Posted almost 5 years ago

K thank you a lot I Just got confused if you change the numerator. So tahnks a lot you just saved my grade"bag13" wrote:

all you have to do it whatever you times the denominator by you mmultiply the numerator by the same number that you used to multiply the denom. by so the denominator's are the same

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Posted almost 5 years ago

thanks you saved my grades!"bag13" wrote:

all you have to do it whatever you times the denominator by you mmultiply the numerator by the same number that you used to multiply the denom. by so the denominator's are the same

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Posted almost 5 years ago

I am good at math.
and by good i meant HORRIBLE.. i got A thoe idk what my teacher smokin

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