## Maths fraction online help

These articles we are discussing about maths fraction online help problems. A fraction is a number that can represent part of a whole. The earliest fractions were reciprocals of integers: ancient symbols representing one part of two, one part of three, one part of four, and so on. A much later development were the common or "vulgar" fractions which are still used today (`1/2` , `5/8` , `3/4` etc.) and which consist of a numerator and a denominator. (Source – Wikipedia)

Maths fraction online help problems solve for simple addition fraction, multiplication fraction, subtraction fraction and dividing fraction.

Maths fraction online help -Example problems:

Add the fractions `4/10` + `6/10`

The given two fractions are `4/10` + `6/10`

Here both the fractions have same denominators

= `4/10` + `6/10`

Add the numerators the 4 and 6 = 4+6 = 10.

Take the common denominator as 10 here.

= `10/10`

The addition fraction solution is 1.

Subtract the fractions `4/6` – `3/5`

The denominator is different so we have to take (lcd) least common denominator

LCD = 6 x 5 = 30

4 x 5 – 3 x 6

The denominators are equals

So subtracting the numerator directly = `(20-18)/30`

Simplify the above equation we get = `2/30`

Therefore the final answer is `1/15`

Multiply the fractions for given two fractions, `4/5` x` 3/6`

The given two fractions are `4/5` x` 3/6`

Here we can multiply directly the numerator and denominator values.

= `4/5` x `3/6`

Multiply the numerators the 4 and 3 = 4 x 3 = 12.

Multiply the denominators the 5 and 6 = 5 x 6= 30

= `12/30`

The multiply fraction solution is `2/5`

Dividing fraction:

`2/4` divides `3/4`

First we have to take the reciprocal of the second number

Reciprocal of `3/4` = `4/3`

Now we multiply the given fraction

`2/4 ` x `4/3`

Multiply the numerator and denominator

`(2 xx 4)/ (4 xx 3)`

Simplify the above equation we get

= `8/12`

Therefore the final answer is` 2/3`

Maths fraction online help -practice problems:

Problem 1: Add the two fraction `2/3` +` 2/3`

Solution: `4/3`

Problem 2: Subtract two fractions `8/5` – `6/5`

Solution: `2/5`

Problem 3: multiply two fractions` 6/5` x `2/5`

Solution: `12/25`

Problem 4: Dividing two fractions `2/3` and `3/4`

Solution: `8/9`

Maths fraction online help problems solve for simple addition fraction, multiplication fraction, subtraction fraction and dividing fraction.

Maths fraction online help -Example problems:

**Example 1:**Add the fractions `4/10` + `6/10`

**Solution:**The given two fractions are `4/10` + `6/10`

Here both the fractions have same denominators

= `4/10` + `6/10`

Add the numerators the 4 and 6 = 4+6 = 10.

Take the common denominator as 10 here.

= `10/10`

The addition fraction solution is 1.

**Example 2:**Subtract the fractions `4/6` – `3/5`

**Solution:**The denominator is different so we have to take (lcd) least common denominator

LCD = 6 x 5 = 30

4 x 5 – 3 x 6

The denominators are equals

So subtracting the numerator directly = `(20-18)/30`

Simplify the above equation we get = `2/30`

Therefore the final answer is `1/15`

**Example 3:**Multiply the fractions for given two fractions, `4/5` x` 3/6`

**Solution:**The given two fractions are `4/5` x` 3/6`

Here we can multiply directly the numerator and denominator values.

= `4/5` x `3/6`

Multiply the numerators the 4 and 3 = 4 x 3 = 12.

Multiply the denominators the 5 and 6 = 5 x 6= 30

= `12/30`

The multiply fraction solution is `2/5`

**Example 4:**Dividing fraction:

`2/4` divides `3/4`

**Solution:**First we have to take the reciprocal of the second number

Reciprocal of `3/4` = `4/3`

Now we multiply the given fraction

`2/4 ` x `4/3`

Multiply the numerator and denominator

`(2 xx 4)/ (4 xx 3)`

Simplify the above equation we get

= `8/12`

Therefore the final answer is` 2/3`

Maths fraction online help -practice problems:

Problem 1: Add the two fraction `2/3` +` 2/3`

Solution: `4/3`

Problem 2: Subtract two fractions `8/5` – `6/5`

Solution: `2/5`

Problem 3: multiply two fractions` 6/5` x `2/5`

Solution: `12/25`

Problem 4: Dividing two fractions `2/3` and `3/4`

Solution: `8/9`