In this quick and easy math lesson by Eric Buffington, learn how to find a common denominator and put two fractions on a level playing field.
This lesson outlines exactly why we do all the steps we do for adding fractions. Then we practice the math.
In part two of three, Eric Buffington breaks down several practice problems for adding and subtracting fractions and reviews reducing fractions to lowest terms.
In the final part of a three-part series, Mr. Buffington presents you with three word problems for adding and subtracting fractions without a calculator.
In this lesson, learn why converting mixed numbers into improper fractions is crucial to expanding your adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing skills.
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