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Presently include the parts for both pictures and compose an equivalent sign. Compose the aggregate number of fourths you get when you include both pictures together. . . =. Yes! In the event that you include 3 and 3 you get 6 . 4. Here is a photo of what you get in the event that you include 3 and 3 . 4.

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Concentrate these photos. Lesson 2 – Adding Fraction Pictures On your scratch paper compose a division for the primary picture. Compose an or more sign and compose a division for the second picture. 3 + 3 4 4 Check your work. + 3 3 . 4 4

Now include the portions for both pictures and compose an equivalent sign. Compose the aggregate number of fourths you get when you include both pictures together. Yes! In the event that you include 3 and 3 you get 6 . 4 = + Here is a photo of what you get in the event that you include 3 and 3 . 4 You get 6 . 4

Here\'s another issue. + On your scratch paper compose a portion for the primary picture. Compose an or more sign and compose a part for the second picture. Check your work. + You get 1 5 . 3 3 +

Now include the parts for both pictures and compose an equivalent sign. Compose the aggregate number of thirds you get when you include both pictures together. + Yes! In the event that you include 1 and 5 you get 6 . 3 = Here\'s a photo of what you get in the event that you include 1 and 5 . 3 You get 6 . 3

Let\'s attempt another issue. + On your scratch paper compose a part for the main picture. Compose an or more sign and compose a division for the second picture. Check your work. + The divisions are 3 and 4 . 2 2

Now include the divisions for both pictures and compose an equivalent sign. Compose the aggregate number of equal parts you get when you include both pictures together. Yes! In the event that you include 3 and 4 you get 7 . 2 + = Here\'s a photo of what you get in the event that you include 3 and 4 . 2 You get 7 . 2

One Last Problem. Concentrate these photos. On your scratch paper compose a part for the main picture. Compose an or more sign and compose a part for the second picture. Check your work. + The divisions are 2 and 3 . 6

Now include the divisions for both pictures and compose an equivalent sign. Compose the aggregate number of sixths you get when you include both pictures together. Yes! On the off chance that you include 2 and 3 you get 5 . 6 + = Here\'s a photo of what you get on the off chance that you include 2 and 3 . 6 You get 5 . 6

+ On your scratch paper compose the portion for every photo. Compose the portion for the aggregate. (Keep in mind to utilize the + and = signs.) 1. 2. 3. 4. = + = + =

+ Check your work. 1. 2. 2 4 3 4 1 4 2 5 2 5 4 5 + = + 3. 4. 2 3 2 5 2 1 2 3 2 4 2 + =