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Q: How to add fractions with whole numbers?
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How do you add fractions with the same denominator with whole numbers?

First you add the fractions then add the whole numbers I'd you can you can reduce the fractions bye multiplying Hope you have fun!😺🐆💙💎💖🐾

Do you need to add whole numbers when subtracting fractions?

add? dont you mean subtract?

Are fractions whole numbers?

No. All fractions are not whole numbers, but all whole numbers are [improper] fractions (with a denominator of 1).

How do you calculate an average with fractions?

The same way you calculate averages with whole numbers: Add up all the fractions and divide by the number of fractions there are.

How is adding mixed numbers different from adding fractions?

when you add mixed numbers you have a whole number but adding fraction does not.

What do fractions help with?

Fractions help with numbers that are not whole numbers.

Are there more fractions than there are whole numbers?

There are an infinite number of both fractions and whole numbers.

How do you convert mixed fractions into whole numbers?

Mixed fractions can't become whole numbers.

Adding dissimilar fractions and whole numbers?

1. change the dissimilar fractions to similar fractions by getting the L.C.D or the least common denominator. 2. add the whole numbers and write down the given denominator. 3. reduce the answer to lowest term if possible.

How do you estimate the sum of whole numbers and fractions and then add?

i think you take the problem and turn it in to a improper fraction. estimate. add. Vola!

How do you subtract mixed numbers with regrouping?

you take away one of the whole number=then you add or subtract your fractions=

Do you need to add whole number when adding fractions?

yes you do, first you make the denominators the same, then you add the numerator after that you can regroup any "extras" into those whole numbers.