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Are the denominators the same?

No.

www.webmath.com/addfract.html

www.youtube.com/watch?v=lavgnJAkfKM

those might help

I don't like to watch videos because I never learn from them... :(

oh sorry then

\[\frac{a}{b}+\frac{c}{d}=\frac{a\times d+c\times b}{b\times d}\]

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Although, you can straightforwardly add the numerators if the denominators are same.

Why we use LCM is to get to a point where we can straightforwardly add the numerators.

SO what would 4/3 + 7/6 =

Get a common denominator.

Note: Don't add denominators, only numerators are to be added.

@HorseCrazyGirlForever I hope you got it now, any confusion you have now?