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3/5 + 5/4

Here we have 5 and 4 as the denominators, so LCM of 5 and 4 is 20. Now we convert 3/5 and 5/4 with denominator 20, so they are written as

= 12 / 20 + 25 / 20

= ( 12 + 25 ) / 20

= 37 / 20

Now they are in the standard form, so 37 / 20 is the solution.

**add unlike fractions calculator**, will help us to learn how to add the unlike fractions, which means to add the fractions which have different denominators. We observe that if the denominators of the two fractions are not same, then we will first try to make the denominators of the two fractions same, so it is done by making the two fractions like. In order to make the denominators of the two fractions same, we need to find the LCM of the two denominators and thus once we will find the LCM of the two denominators same, we will convert the two fractions into their equivalent fractions. For this we will multiply the numerator and the denominator of both the fractions with certain number to get the denominator as the LCM which we have calculated earlier. Now we observe that the denominators of the two fractions have become same and so it becomes the problem of addition of like fractions. Now we will add the numerators of the two like fractions and thus get the sum of two unlike fractions. Finally we convert the resultant fraction into the standard form. To understand it more clearly we look at the following example:3/5 + 5/4

Here we have 5 and 4 as the denominators, so LCM of 5 and 4 is 20. Now we convert 3/5 and 5/4 with denominator 20, so they are written as

= 12 / 20 + 25 / 20

= ( 12 + 25 ) / 20

= 37 / 20

Now they are in the standard form, so 37 / 20 is the solution.

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