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**Basic concepts and methods for adding mixed numbers.**

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Definition Mixed Number = A mixed number is a whole number with a fraction attached. Example = 3 4/5, This is read as three and four fifths.

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**Addition of mixed numbers with like denominators.**

If James has two and one eighth pizzas and Jane has two and five eighths pizzas, how many pizza’s do they have together. 2 1/8 /8 Step 1: Add the Fractions 1/8 /8 6/8

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**Addition of mixed numbers with like denominators.**

If James has two and one eighth pizzas and Jane has two and five eighths pizzas, how many pizza’s do they have together. Step 2: Add the whole numbers 2 + 2 4

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**Addition of mixed numbers with unlike denominators.**

If James has two and one eighth pizzas and Jane has two and three fourths pizzas, how many pizza’s do they have together. 2 1/8 /4 1/8 + 6/8 Step 1:Find a common denominator. For this problem we will use 8, since 8 is a multiple of 4. 1/8 + 6/8 Step 2: Add the Fractions 7/8

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**Addition of mixed numbers with unlike denominators.**

If James has two and one eighth pizzas and Jane has two and three fourths pizzas, how many pizza’s do they have together. Step 3: Add the whole numbers 2 + 2 4

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**Addition of mixed numbers with unlike denominators.**

Step 4: Combine the whole number and the fraction. 2 + 7/8 2 7/8

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Adding Mixed Numbers Presented By: Michael Lee Ratcliff II

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