Instruction

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Find a common denominator is that when multiplying two we add/subtracted fractions for any numbers in the denominators have the same value. This would allow to add and subtract fractions easily, using only the numerators.

Example:6/7+4/5.Denominators do not match, so we need to find numbers that when you multiply them by each of the fractions would lead them to a common multiplier. For the first fraction is the number 5 and 7 for the second.

Example:6/7+4/5.Denominators do not match, so we need to find numbers that when you multiply them by each of the fractions would lead them to a common multiplier. For the first fraction is the number 5 and 7 for the second.

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Now you need to multiply the numerator and

**denominator**of each fraction to the corresponding multiplier. Turns out:30/35 + 28/35 = 58/35 = 1,657 (decimal)