Only by changing the method used to take the measurement, which could include changing the person performing the measurement.
Finding the lowest common denominator
The answer may depend on why the measurement is changing.
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Make them the same, for example, 2/4 + 1/5 = 10/20 + 4/20 = 14/20. Remember that whatever you multiply the bottom by you must also multiply the top by when changing fractions.
Different measurement bases, such as LCM or HC, create the problem of additivity as it is akin to adding height to weight. Also, when using HC, the figure is not particularly relevant due to the issue of changing purchasing power of money.
First, change it so that the two fractions have the same denominator (by changing the fractions into equivalent fractions). Once the two fractions have the same denominator, it is simply a case of subtracting the numerators, leaving the denominator the same. Finally, reduce the fraction to its lowest terms (if possible).
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all you have to do is follow the same algorithm for adding a pair of fractions together. the main step is to find common denominators between the two. to do this, you need to find the least common multiple. another way you could find a common denominator is just by changing them into decimals, and adding them normally like whole numbers with the decimals lined up correctly.
Multiply the original quantity by a conversion factor, a fraction containing the desired unit in the numerator and the original unit in the denominator so that the fraction is equal to one.
Changing phases means that things are changing into their different forms.
0.08 is smaller - changing to proper fractions and using the same denominator for both fractions, it is equal to 8/1000, while 0.583 is equal to 583/1000.
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If you are trying to convert 1/2 and 2/5 to fractions with different denominators, multiply the fractions by a fraction that is equal to 1. Go to the following URL to see an example.http://i30.tinypic.com30sbjfo.pngIn this example we see that by multiplying 1/2 by 4/4 (which is equal to 1), we change the fraction's denominator (and numerator) and thus change the numbers without changing the value of the fraction.
It is not clear why you would wish to add them! Changing them to fractions is generally the better option because it averts rounding errors.
To compare fractions is to determine which is larger. You can do this by changing both to the same denominator, or converting them to decimals.
Well that's obviously a changing answer so it can't be answered correctly
You have not set and adjusted them correctly.
Need the year to answer correctly.