Operations With Fractions

By: Will K.

Adding Fractions

Step 1: Write your fraction.


Step 2: Find common multiple to do this you have to right out the factors of the denominator.


Step 3: Find the lowest number they have in common.


Step 4: Write that number as the denominators of both of your fractions.


Step 5: Add the numerators together then write your in your common denominator as the denominator.


Step 6: Simplify your fraction by dividing it down to the smallest fraction possible.



You now have your answer!

Subtracting Fractions

Step 1: Write your fraction.


Step 2: Find common multiple to do this you have to right out the factors of the denominator.



Step 3: Find the lowest number they have in common.


Step 4: Write that number as the denominators of both of your fractions.


Step 5: Subtract the numerators then write your in your common denominator as the denominator.


Step 6: Simplify your fraction by dividing it down to the smallest fraction possible.


You now have your answer!

Multiplying Fractions

Step 1: Write your fraction.


Step 2: Multiply the numerators together and multiply the denominators together.


Step 3: Simplify the answer to the smallest possible


Now you have your answer!

Dividing Fractions

Step 1: Write your fractions


Step 2: Keep the first fraction then change the division sign to a multiplication sign then flip the other fraction


Step 3: Multiply


Step 4: (If it is an improper fraction) Take the numerator and put it in the long division sign and put the denominator outside.


Step 5: Divide, the remainder is the numerator the outside number is the denominator and the top number is the whole number.

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