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how do you add fractions with unlike denominators?

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  1. anonymous
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    take the l.c.m.

  2. anonymous
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    You find a common denominator that is a multiple of the 'unlike' denominators. Then you convert each fraction to use that denominator.

  3. anonymous
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    This video explains it pretty well. If you have further questions feel free to ask. http://www.khanacademy.org/video/adding-fractions-with-unlike-denominators?playlist=Developmental%20Math

  4. anonymous
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    if you have an example I would be willing to help you work through it

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