3/8+1/2 in addition with unlike denominators

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3/8+1/2 in addition with unlike denominators

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whats the one for 3/8 and 1/2 they have to have the same bottom number
3/8 would remain the same, you would multiply the numerator and denominator of 1/2 by 4 to equal 4/8 which is equivalent to 1/2. That gives you like denominators to add these two numbers.

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so it know 3/8 + 4/8 rigth
yes
k wouldt the bottom number be 4
no, 4 is the top number (numerator), 8 is the bottom number since it is the number you are trying to find similar denominators (the bottom number)
wat is 7/8 in simplest form
wat is 7/8 in simlest form
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