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Thank you.

You cancel factors that are common to the numerator and the denominator.

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No, we won't.

Sure when I can, I try to help. That is what people are for.

Cool. Thanks again.

Can you help me w/ this?
Add the following fractions. Be sure to find the common denominator (multiple) and then simplify

Ok

Did you find a common denominator for them?

Ok

Ok sorry. Just got what you really want. Wait. I definitively know what you want.

Ok

Buggy, did you find a common denominator already?

From what?

What are the denominators for the fractions you are trying to add?

3\6 + 5\48

Those are the fractions (except it's 3/16). which part of the fraction is the denominator?

Oh ok. ?

Ok now Im gonna teach you how to get the common denominator.

\[\frac{Numerator}{Denominator}\]

Ok.

The part on bottom is the denominator.

Ok.

So now, what are the two denominators you are working with?

16 and 48.

Is that right?

16, 32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160,
176, 192, 208, 224, 240, 256, 272, 288, 304,

Did you figure that out? or type it in somewhere?

Right?

Do you see any multiples of 48 in that list?

Yes

What is the smallest multiple of 48 you see there?

3?

48 is the smallest multiple that 16 and 48 have in common.

Ok...

So what do I do w/ the 48?

? you lost me....

\[\frac{3}{48} * \frac{3}{3} = ?\]

Err.
\[\frac{3}{16} * \frac{3}{3}\]

We need to change the denominator of the 3/16 so it is also using our lowest common denominator.

But now it will have 48 for a denominator.

Hold on.... Let's move on to a different question...

Ok...

He explains very well the process for doing this.

Ok...

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You can divide both numerator and denominator by the greatest common divisor of the two. ;-)

Cool thanks..