Since it's Thanksgiving week, let's think about pie for a second. No, not mathematical pi, just actual real edible pies. For Thanksgiving I'm in charge of making dessert, so I'll be bringing two pies, one pumpkin and one apple. Let's say that I sliced the apple
pie into 12 pieces, and the pumpkin pie, since it held together better, into 18.
Fast forward to the end of the evening...
What is the a answer to 1/10 plus 1/100
Rob and Nancy are working on a project. Rob completes 1/8 of it on Monday and 3/8 of it on Tuesday. Nancy completes 2/8 of it on Wednesday and 1/8 of it on Thursday. Is the project complete...
There are five people sitting around the dinner table. Each person has 2/10 pf a pie on their plate. How much pie is left? EXPLAIN.
Amy covers 3 2/7 miles by walking and 1 4/7 miles by jogging.Find the total distance covered by Amy
One minus what number equals zero point two three
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Adding Fractions with Common Denominators
Fraction addition works almost exactly the same way as normal addition! Let’s go through an example of fraction
addition. You ate 3/8 of a pizza, and your friend ate 2/8 of the pizza. How much of the pizza was eaten in all?
The problem would look like this:
Yes, there is only one way. Let's say for example that we have a fraction of 2/3. Now, the bottom number is the denominator which means the number of equal parts into which a whole circle most specifically is divided. So the circle is divided into 3 equal
parts. On the other hand, the top number is the numerator which means how many equal parts out of all of them are...
Why does 1/12 + 1/8 = 5/24?
Why does it not = 2/20 or 1/10?
hello my name is adrainne randle and am study for my ged but i still don't know how to do somethings like adding mixed numbers so am hopeing your able to helpme please
I need to know how to work this problem and what the common denominator is: 4/9 + 5/6 +1/3 =