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- 1. ADDING FRACTIONS WITH THE SAME DENOMINATOR
- 2. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITHREGROUPING
- 3. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITH REGROUPING• REGROUPING −rearranging numbers when adding or subtracting.
- 4. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITH LIKE DENOMINATORS BY REGROUPING• LIKE FRACTIONS / SIMMILAR FRACTIONS – fractions with matching denominators.
- 5. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITH LIKE DENOMINATORS BY REGROUPINGExample :
- 6. 3 STEPS• Step 1: Add the whole numbers.
- 7. 3 STEPS• Step 2 : Add the fractions.
- 8. 3 STEPS• Step 3 : Simplify the fraction.
- 9. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS BY REGROUPING• UNLIKE FRACTIONS / DISSIMMILAR FRACTIONS – fractions with non-matching denominators.
- 10. ADDING MIXED FRACTIONS WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS BY REGROUPING• Example :
- 11. 5 STEPS• Step 1 :Find the Least Common Denominator of the unlike fraction.
- 12. 5 STEPS• Step 2 : Divide the LCD to the denominator of each unlike fraction then multiply to the numerator.
- 13. 5 STEPS• Step 3 : Add the whole numbers.
- 14. 5 STEPS• Step 4 : Add the fractions.
- 15. 5 STEPS• Step 5 : Simplify the fraction.
- 16. Problem Solving : 1. 2. Nina worked for 2 ½ hours. Josh worked for 1 ¼ hours. How many hours did the two work?
- 17. Problem Solving : 1. 2. Nina worked for hours. Josh worked for hours. How many total hours did the two work?
- 18. Prepare for your quiz next meeting.So, study your lesson, class!

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