To find the sum of two mixed numbers, turn the mixed numbers into improper fractions (multiply the base with the denominator and add the numerator), then add the two fractions. To add the two fractions, find the LCD (lowest common denominator) and add the two numerators, but leave the denominators the same.
You can either add the fractional parts and, if required, convert the answer to a mixed fraction and then add the integer part to the integer parts of the two original numbers; or change both numbers to top-heavy (or improper) fractions, add them and then convert the answer to a mixed fraction.
Before you can do that, you need to write each mixed number as an improper fraction, and then write both fractions with a common denominator. The only other choice is to write both mixed numbers as decimals, and then add them.
just find a common denominator and add the two numerators together then add the whole numbers
2 mixed numbers can only be a whole when the 2 numerators add up to the number
There are no two numbers, both in the 8 and 3 times table, that add to 60.There are no two numbers, both in the 8 and 3 times table, that add to 60.There are no two numbers, both in the 8 and 3 times table, that add to 60.There are no two numbers, both in the 8 and 3 times table, that add to 60.
convert both to numbers with lowest common denominator then add
1.7 + 1.3
you would convert the mixed numbers into fractions where the top number is greater than the bottom number, then multiply both the numerator and the denominator by a number that makes the denominators the same.
The product of two mixed numbers is always greater than one (assuming that both of the mixed numbers themselves are greater than one.)
Add both numbers, then divide by two.
If one of or both of the numbers are negative, then yes.
There is only one example where the sum of two mixed numbers can be equal to two. 1/1 + 1/1 All other combinations of mixed numbers will be greater than two.
add both numbers then divide by 2
I think you add both numbers and divide it by 2...
Convert them to improper fractions with common denominators and proceed with the adding and subtracting.
@baneen You can put both modes or add both numbers and divide by 2
How about: 191+5 = 196 which are both prime numbers
23 and 19 are both prime numbers and they add up to 42.
Only if you include negative numbers. If you add 3 and1/2 to -1 and 1/2, you get 2.
SUBTRACTION: You first turn both mixed numbers into improper fractions. If needed, change the denominators into like denominators. Next, subtract the two improper fractions and reduce if necessary. ADDITION: If needed, turn denominators so they are the same number. Next, add and reduce if necessary.
As a mixed number it is 105 and 7/10 which add up to 105.7
The sum of two positive mixed numbers can not equal two because all positive mixed numbers are greater then one.no two can be, 1 1/2 and 1/2
28 and 10 are both triangular numbers and add up to 38
you add both of the two numbers together then divide the added number by the quantities of the items, in this case Two numbers and get the result Type your answer here...