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Q: Do you mulitiply the denominators

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multiply the denominators

They are called denominators and numerators!

They are the same denominators.

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You have to state the denominators to expect an answer

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You use them when there are 2 fractions with different denominators.

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No. Convert them to like denominators and add the numerators.

Convert unlike fractions to equivalent fractions with common denominators by finding the LCM of the denominators.

Common multiples and common denominators can be found using the same process. They differ in their function. Common denominators are common multiples that are functioning as denominators.

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you have to mulitiply the down part and the right or left part

Not always but they need to have the same denominators when adding or subtracting them.

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No, the LCM of the denominators.