how do i add fractions

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and how do i multiply fraction
you find the LCM of the denominators. convert the fractions so that you get the fractions with the LCM in the denominators and then add up the numerator.
give me an example. I will show you how

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3/8 times 5/6
in simplest form
find the common denominator
i dont kno how im only 12
@ jessica. just multiply the numerators and multiply the denominators. 3/8 times 5/6 = (3times 5) / (8 times 6) = 15 / 48
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dhatraditya explained it correctly. :)
now, 15 = 3 times 5 and 48 is 3 times 16 so 15/48 = (3 X 5) / (3 X 16) = 5/16 ( the 3 in the numerator and denominator cancel each other out)
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no
what grade are yuh in tho
lol, I am not in school
oh ok im 12
okay good. that means you must be in 7th grade, right?
lol that is sooo cute. stay focused when you are that young sweetie :) stay a kid and dont grow up too fast lol seriously though
yea i kno and no im in 5th grade lol i failed for hanging with the wrong people they held me back because i didnt do all my work
oh I see. well, there is only one way to succeed. Work hard and study hard. Don't care what others say about you. Good luck.
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i live in indiana
I can't guarantee that. I come here sometimes to help out whenever I am free.
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well i may not always be able to get on but i will make sure i do as much as possible
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girls are one-half of the fifth-grade class. Two-tenths of these girls have red hair. red-haired girls are what fraction of the fifth-grade class?

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