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The biggest trick is to find a common denominator (any common denominator will do).


Let's say we want to do 3/7 + 4/5.


Can we think of a number that can be divided into both sevenths and fifths?


That is 35.


Therefore, 3/7 = 15/35

4/5 = 28/35


Therefore, 3/7 + 4/5 = 15/35 + 28/35 = 43/35


Why should the denominators be the same? Because, having a common denominator makes it easy to add.


How much is 15 thirty-fifths + 28 thirty-fifths?


It's like asking, how much is 15 apples + 28 apples = 43 apples?


Therefore, 15 thirty-fifths + 28 thirty-fifths = 43 thirty-fifths = 43/35.


Hopefully, the following helps.


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