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Adding Unlike Fractions

Adding whole numbers and fractions

Adding mixed number and fractions

Adding mixed fractions

In order to add fractions, we need to convert unlike fractions into like fractions.

We can use

- Butterfly method.
- Cross multiplication method.
- LCM Method.

Find the sum of 2/5 + 2/3.

To make them like fractions, we can use the butterfly method or the cross multiplication method.

**Remember: **Once we get like fractions, we only add numerators.

Find the sum of 2 + 2/3.

**Remember: **All whole numbers are fractions with a denominator 1.

For Example,

2=2/1

To add a mixed number and a fraction, we need to follow the steps below.

Step #1: Convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

Step #2: Make them like fractions.

Step #3: Add them.

To add mixed fractions, we can follow any of methods shown below.

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- Understanding Whole as a Percentage
- Simplifying Percentages
- FDP
- Finding 10%
- Finding 5%
- Finding % of an amount
- Percentage Increase & Decrease

- Understanding Percentages
- Percentage symbol
- Understanding percentages visually

A percentage is a number that is expressed as a part of 100.

**Per** means **Out Of**, & **cent** means **100**.

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5% means 5 out of 100.

12% means 12 out of 100.

A percentage can be represented by shading in a 100 square grid.

A percentage is a number which is expressed as a **part of 100**.

**Per** means **out of,** & **cent** means **100**.

Symbol: %

Practice Quiz(download **meandmath practice app**)

Book a free demo class & clear your doubts!

- Understanding Whole as a Percentage
- Simplifying Percentages
- FDP
- Finding 10%
- Finding 5%
- Finding % of an amount
- Percentage Increase & Decrease