 # Math K-Plus

Look below the calculator to see a real fraction addition problem solved.

Please Read! Instructions to input proper fractions, improper fractions, whole numbers, and mixed numbers into the Adding Fractions Calculator:
• Example to enter a fraction "1/2", and a whole number "5".
• Enter a whole number and a fraction - put a space between them: "5 1/2".
• Or test example already typed in to the calculator. Just press the ADD button or enter a new problem and press the ADD button.

Enter Fraction One. You can enter up to 10 digits/characters

Enter Fraction Two. You can enter up to 10 digits/characters
+ ## HERE IS AN EXAMPLE OF FRACTION ADDITION

 Problem statement. $\mathrm{5 1/2} + \mathrm{6 1/3} =$ Current problem statement. $\mathrm{5 1/2} + \mathrm{6 1/3} =$ $\frac{1}{2} = \frac{\mathrm{1 × 3}}{\mathrm{2 × 3 }} = \frac{3}{6}$ $\frac{1}{3} = \frac{\mathrm{1 × 2}}{\mathrm{3 × 2 }} = \frac{2}{6}$ The fraction denominator are different, we must compute the Least Common Denominator ... 6 $\left(\left(\mathrm{+5}\right)+\left(\mathrm{+6}\right)\right) + \frac{\left(\left(3\right)+\left(2\right)\right) }{6} =$ Group whole numbers and fractions. $\left(5+6\right)+\frac{\left(3+2\right) }{6} =$ $\left(\mathrm{11}\right)+\frac{\left(5\right) }{6} =$ $\mathrm{11}\frac{5}{6}$ Problem Answer.

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Recommended reading: How To Add Fractions, Subtracting Fractions, Multiplying Fractions, and Dividing Fractions.