## The 5-step plan

At this level of Adding Fractions, you get exercises with equivalent fractions smaller than 1. If the fractions are equivalent, you only have to add the numerators (the top numbers of the fractions). Afterwards, you do need to check whether you can simplify.### Step 1 - Addition, but don't forget to simplify

### Step 2 - Drag the correct answer

### Step 3 - Addition, but don't forget to simplify

### Step 4 - Addition multiple choice

Try to answer all the 10 questions right!

### Step 5: Get your diploma

Answer all the 10 questions right to get the diploma!

### Adding Fractions 1 diploma

## Description Adding Fractions 1

**Example sum 1:**15 + 25

First we check whether the denominators are the same. They're the equivalent, namely 5.

For addition with fractions, only the numerators need to be added. 1 + 2 = 3

15 + 25 = 35 Can we simplify? No. The answer remains

**35**.

**Example sum 2:**16 + 16

First we check whether the denominators are the same. They're equivalent, namely 6.

Now you only have to add the numerators. 1 + 1 = 2

16 + 16 = 26 Can the fraction be simplified? Yes, it can. 26 = 13. The answer is 16 + 16 =

**13**

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