tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6728329366508117990.post5770140546498567896..comments2023-05-30T23:21:14.383-07:00Comments on Math in Demand: Operations with Fractions Wheel Foldable (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions)Math in Demandhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02129608694383394557noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6728329366508117990.post-54397248076778575282020-03-01T16:57:31.558-08:002020-03-01T16:57:31.558-08:00Thank you so much for sharing this post on how to ...Thank you so much for sharing this post on how to add and subtract fractions. You have explained it in a very understandable manner. I have been searching reading a lot of ways to add and subtract fractions and encountered only two ways. First is you used the LCM. This is best for smaller fractions. The other is to use butterfly method where you have to cross multiply the fractions. This method is best for bigger fractions and those that has no LCM. If you have doubt you can check your answers using <a href="https://www.fractioncalc.com" rel="nofollow">fraction calculator with step by step solution</a>. The step by step solution provided by the fraction calculator will let you guide if you miss a single step. Again thanks for sharing for this valuable information.Kind_Helperhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18077121611723563772noreply@blogger.com