## Calculator Use

Utilize this fraction calculator for adding, taking away, increasing, and partitioning fractions. Answers are fractions in least terms or blended numbers in diminished structure.

Info appropriate or ill-advised fractions, select the number related sign, and snap Calculate. This is a fraction calculator with steps appeared in the arrangement.

In the event that you have negative fractions embed a less sign before the numerator. So on the off chance that one of your fractions is - 6/7, embed - 6 in the numerator and 7 in the denominator.

At times numerical questions incorporate "of," as in What is 1/3 of 3/8? Of means, you ought to duplicate so you have to illuminate 1/3 × 3/8.

To do math with blended numbers (entire numbers and fractions) utilize the Mixed Numbers Calculator.

## Math on Fractions with Unlike Denominators

There are 2 situations where you have to know whether your fractions have various denominators:
• on the off chance that you are adding fractions
• on the off chance that you are taking away fractions

• ## Step by step instructions to Add or Subtract Fractions

1. Locate the lowest shared factor
2. You can utilize the LCD Calculator to locate the lowest shared factor for a lot of fractions
3. For your first fraction, find what number you have to duplicate the denominator by to bring about the lowest shared factor
4. Increase the numerator and denominator of your first fraction by that number
5. Rehash Steps 3 and 4 for each fraction
6. For option conditions, include the fraction numerators
7. For deduction conditions, take away the fraction numerators
8. Convert inappropriate fractions to blended numbers
9. Diminish the fraction to least terms

## How to Multiply Fractions

1. Multiply all numerators together
2. Multiply all denominators together
3. Reduce the result to lowest terms

## How to Divide Fractions

1. Rewrite the equation as in "Keep, Change, Flip"
2. Keep the first fraction
3. Change the division sign to multiplication
4. Flip the second fraction by switching the top and bottom numbers
5. Multiply all numerators together
6. Multiply all denominators together
7. Reduce the result to lowest terms