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Fractions Adding Fractions With Like Denominators Adding Fractions With Unlike Denominators Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators Subtracting Fractions With Unlike Denominators
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Does the denominator change when adding like fractions?
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Does the denominator change when adding like fractions?
No
Does a fraction have to be in simplest form?
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Does a fraction have to be in simplest form?
yes
How do you know when the fraction is in simplest form?
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How do you know when the fraction is in simplest form?
when the GCF of the numerator an denominator is 1
When adding fractions with the same denominator what do you add together
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When adding fractions with the same denominator what do you add together
numerators
When subtracting fractions with the same denominator what do you subtract
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When subtracting fractions with the same denominator what do you subtract
numberators
add 2/7 + 3/7. Simplify
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add 2/7 + 3/7. Simplify
5/7
add 5/6 +1/6
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add 5/6 +1/6
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A banana bread recipe calls for 1/4 cup butter. If we were to double this recipe, how much butter would we need?
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A banana bread recipe calls for 1/4 cup butter. If we were to double this recipe, how much butter would we need?
1/2
3/5 + 4/5
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3/5 + 4/5
1 2/5
2/10 + 3/0
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2/10 + 3/0
1/2
1/3 + 1/6
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1/3 + 1/6
1/2
1/2 + 3/4
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1/2 + 3/4
1 1/4
2/3 + 1/4
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2/3 + 1/4
11/12
5/6 + 1/4
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5/6 + 1/4
1 1/12
5/12 + 5/10
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5/12 + 5/10
11/12
7/8 - 5/8
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7/8 - 5/8
1/4
9/10 - 6/10
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9/10 - 6/10
3/10
5/13 - 2/13
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5/13 - 2/13
3/13
7/14 - 3/14
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7/14 - 3/14
2/7
11/12 - 4/12
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11/12 - 4/12
7/12
3/9 - 1/4
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3/9 - 1/4
1/12
5/6 - 1/9
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5/6 - 1/9
13/18
4/5 - 1/6
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4/5 - 1/6
19/30
8/9 - 2/3
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8/9 - 2/3
2/9
9/10 - 3/5
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9/10 - 3/5


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