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Math K-Plus

# How To Use Adding Fractions Calculator

## Solve Any Fraction Addition Problem And Show Step-By-Step Detail

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. $5 1/2 + 6 1/3 =$ Current problem statement. $5 1/2 + 6 1/3 =$ $12 = 1 × 32 × 3 = 36$ $13 = 1 × 23 × 2 = 26$ The fraction denominator are different, we must compute the Least Common Denominator ... 6 $((+5)+(+6)) + ((3)+(2)) 6 =$ Group whole numbers and fractions. $(5+6) + (3+2) 6 =$ $(11) + (5) 6 =$ $11 56$ Problem Answer.

The calculator above has a number of valuable features:
• Math Practice The student can solve a fraction addition problem and compare their answer to the calculator. The calculator shows each step to solve the math problem entered. If the student has made a mistake, they can study the calculator results to understand where and avoid the mistake in the future. By using the tool for practicing, students can sharpen their skills. Use the New Problem button to create random problems to practice solving.
• Math Problem Solver The calculator is also a useful tool for a student to verify their homework is correct. Again an opportunity to learn from any mistakes.
• Math Quizzes The student can at anytime take a five question test to validate the level of their current skills. Further these tests help prepare the student for classroom tests. The quickest test is the five question Test. It is recommended you see Help
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Recommended reading: How To Add Fractions, Subtracting Fractions, Multiplying Fractions, and Dividing Fractions.

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