Fractions and decimals

By James w.

Addition

This is how you add fractions.


Step 1: Write the problem


Step 2:Make sure the denominators are the same


Step 3: Then you add the fractions together but keep the denominators the same


Step 4: simplify the answer

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Multiplication

Step 1: write the problem


Step 2: multiply across


Step 3: simplify the answer

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Subtraction

Step 1: write the problem


Step 2: make sure the denominators are the same


Step 3: then you subtract the fraction


Step 4: simplify the answer

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Division

Step 1: write the problem


Step 2: flip the second number


Step 3: multiply across


Step 4: simplify the answer

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Dividing decimals

Step1: write the problem


Step 2:move the decimal to the right and do the same to the inside number


Step3: do normal division but when you need to drop a number down that is passed the decimal, you put the decimal on your answer and then drop the number down , then you keep going until you get the answer.

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Multiplication

Step1:write the problem


Step2: write it down like a normal multiplication problem, but with decimals in it.


Step3:then solve it , but when you get the answer make sure you put the decimal in the number of numbers behind the decimal

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Subtraction

Step1: write the problem down.


Step2:write it like a normal problem but with decimals in it.


Step3:solve the problem but put the decimal in the same place as the problem.

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Addition

Step1: write the problem


Step2: do it like a normal addition problem but with decimals in it.


Step3: solve the problem like normal but put the decimals in the same place like the problem.

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