Adding Fractions With Like Denominators | Fractions | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy


With like denominators, you’re basically just adding numerators. That’s not too bad, right? Can the resulting fraction be simplified?

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13 thoughts

  1. *falls onto desk and starts snoring*
    One hour later…
    What did we learn?
    You: adding fractions.
    I knew that lol

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