Addition of Fractions | #aumsum


Addition of Fractions. Hello. Ok, bye. We have been invited for a competition. We are getting late. You both are late. Ok. Ok. Get ready. Let’s start the race. 3, 2, 1, Go. It’s time for the result. Which team is the winner? To find the distance, I need to use these blocks. Let me number them one by one. Total number of blocks is equal to 6. Number of blocks covered by Sam is equal to 1. Therefore, distance covered by Sam is equal to 1 upon 6. Total number of blocks is equal to 6. Number of blocks covered by Tom is equal to 4. Therefore, distance covered by Tom is equal to 4 upon 6. Let me add 1 upon 6 and 4 upon 6. While adding, fractions should be in the form of like fractions, that is, their denominators should be the same. These are like fractions. Write common denominator 6 as it is. Add numerators 1 and 4. Is equal to 5 upon 6. Total distance covered by Team A is 5 upon 6. Our score is 5 upon 6. Now, let me calculate distance covered by Team B. Total number of blocks is equal to 3. Number of blocks covered by Leo is equal to 1 . Therefore, distance covered by Leo is equal to 1 upon 3. Total number of blocks is equal to 2. Number of blocks covered by Mr. Smart is equal to 1 . Therefore, distance covered by Mr. Smart is equal to 1 upon 2. Let me add 1 upon 3 and 1 upon 2. Their denominators are different. These are unlike fractions. We need to first convert them into like fractions and then add them. Take product of the denominators 3 and 2. Write it in the denominator of the sum. Take the cross products. Multiply 1 and 2. Multiply 1 and 3. Add them in the numerator of the sum. Is equal to 5 upon 6. It’s a tie. Winner. The End. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Smart Learning for All.

98 thoughts on “Addition of Fractions | #aumsum”

  1. i love this video, this is a good way to learn operations in fractions. my daughter understands the steps better this way.

  2. Any fraction is common of the denominator…It's called a 'Similar Fraction'. And the same Numerator is called 'Dissimilar Fraction'

  3. i would like to use this video in my classroom if you don't mind 😊 its very helpful and interesting ❀

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