You times the denominator to the whole number and then you add that to the numerator and the denominator stays the same.
Not necessarily. .The denominator for 1/3 + 1/5 is 15.
The quotient of the numerator and denominator.
It stays the same. Only the numerators change.
you subtract the numerator but the denominator stays the same.
You multiply the whole number with the denominator. Then you add that to the numerator. Then, that becomes the new numerator. The denominator stays the same.
6/11 + 3/11 = 9/11. When adding fractions, you must first make sure they have the same denominator (bottom number), then add the top numbers (numerators). The denominator stays the same. If they do not have the same denominator, you can cross multiply to get to a common denominator.
The answer is seven-fifths because if the denominator is the same it stays the same and the numerators, 8-1=7
add the top two, and the bottom stays the same... for example. 1/3 + 1/3 = 2/3
subtract the top two and the bottom stays the same.....for example; 4/8-3/8=1/8
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You multiply the denominator by the whole number, then add the numerator of the original fraction to get the numerator of your new fraction. The denominator stays the same as the original. Then you simplify into lowest terms.
It becomes smaller; eventually becoming infinitesimally tiny.
No but the denominators must be the same and you just add the numerators. If the denominators are different and you have to find which is greater you have to find a denominator that both numbers can multiply into. For example, 5/6 and 3/12 will be our fractions. 6 times to equals 12. Since 12 is the other denominator 3/12 stays the same. Thats the only time you can change the denominator.
Divide the denominator into the numerator. The number of times it goes, is the whole number. The remainder is the new numerator and the denominator stays the same unless you need to reduce the fraction.
you have to multiply the whole number times the denominator, and add that answer to the numerator. this number will be your new numerator and the denominator stays the same. 2 1/2 = 5/4
The fraction decreases. 1/3 is smaller than 1/2.
The same numerator as which numerator and the same denominator as which denominator?
Density = mass / volume. Since the volume is in the denominator, more volume means less density, and vice versa.
Change it into a mixed number: by dividing the denominator by the numerator and the whole number is your whole in your mixed number, the remainder (if there is a remainder) is your numerator and your denominator is your original denominator Hint: Denominator ALWAYS stays the same!! Example: 10 ___ 8 Divide them _1 r 2_ 8 l 10 The whole number (1) is your whole number in your mixed number 1 _2__ 8 <--------Denominator ALWAYS stays the same!!
ex.1 2/3 take the base number and multiple that by the denominator and add by the numerator andAwhatever you get for that is your new numerator but you denominator stays the same as the last one so for this example you should get 5/3.
Yes you have to add with the same denominator. when ever you do fractions they have to have the same denominator no matter what. So thats a yes
The answer depends on what the denominator has to be the same as!
You flip the denominator on top of the fraction. So the fraction would be upside-down par say. The first number stays the same, the second you would flip. Simpler terms: the numerater goes inside the box
The numerator of the answer is the result of subtracting the numerators of the fractions, and the denominator of the fraction is the same as the common denominator.