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Adding Fractions with Common Denominator

Increasing knowledge in addition of Fraction with common Denominator

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Mathematics Fractions Addition K-12

What you will learn

  • To know how to add fractions with common denominator
  • Learn to identify fractions with common denominator
  • Learn to put answer into simpliest form
  • Understand and apply the step by step procedure on adding fractions with common denominator

Course Content

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Adding Fractions with common denominator
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  • Prior knowledge in Fractions, and Addition, Laptop, Mobile Phone, Tablet, Paper and Pen for actual solving


Welcome to Adding Fractions with Common Denominators with Teacher Harvy! Need help with how to add fractions with like denominators? You're in the right place! Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you're looking for help with adding fractions with the same denominator. Teacher Harvy will go through adding fractions examples and explain how to add fractions with common denominators step by step.

Fractions are composed of a numerator and denominator, and when two fractions have the same number for a denominator, it is known as a common, or like, denominator. Adding fractions together when they have a common denominator is easy to do, because you can just add all the numerators together! The new fraction will use the same original denominator, so all you have to worry about is adding the numbers above the line. The same is true for subtracting fractions that have common denominators. Things get a little trickier when the fractions don’t have the same denominator, but they can still be added or subtracted by finding a common denominator first.

This course offers instructional videos and mastery checks (practice videos to gauge understanding) that are directly aligned with math standards (4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, etc.). Videos can be used to introduce content, reteach content, or as a study tool. Teachers, parents/guardians, and students from around the world can enroll to this course to help with math content in many different ways.

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About the Instructor

About the Instructor

Ryan Harvy Quindoza has a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education with the specialization in Social Sciences. He is currently a college instructor at one of the most prominent colleges in their region.