### Kristin's Last Fraction Post

**Adding Fractions**

Once you have the same denominators, all you have to do is add the numerators.

Here is my example:

Remember that

**whatever you do to the bottom, you must do to the top**.

**Adding Mixed Fractions**It's the same as adding fractions. You must have the same denominators.

**Subtracting Fractions**

To subtract fractions, you (once again) must have the same denominator. Once you have that, just subtract the numerators.

**Multiplying Fractions**When you multiply fractions, you multiply the numerators, then multiply the denominators.

**Multiplying Mixed Fractions**

To multiply mixed fractions, change the mixed fraction to an improper fraction, then multiply the numerators and denominators.

**Dividing Fractions**There are a few ways you can divide fractions. The first is by using a ratio table.

**Dividing Mixed Fractions**

This time, I will also show you how to solve it using a reciprocal. It is the inverse of the denominator.**Word Problems **

Problem 2 I used division to solve this problem.

Problem 3

In order to find a portion of a fraction, multiply the fractions.

Well, thanks so much for reading! Please comment!

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