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055 7. 47. indd 41 41 1/18/11 3:32 PM Name Date Writing Decimals As you may know, a decimal is any number with one or more digits to the right of the decimal point. Rules for Writing Decimals 1. If there is a number named before the word “and,” write that number. 2. Replace “and” with a decimal point. 3. Write the digits for the part of the number after the word “and” to the right of the decimal point. Note that the last digit of the decimal point of the number should be in the place with the name of the place value name in the decimal.

Step 2 Rename each fraction, so each has ​ _38 ​does not change the same least common denominator. ​ _14 ​× _​ 22 ​= _​ 28 ​ ​ _38 ​− _​ 28 ​= ____ ​ 3 −8 2 ​ = _​ 18 ​ Step 3 Subtract numerators and do not change denominators. ​ _18 ​is in lowest terms. Step 4 Simplify. Practice Subtract. 1. ​ _23 ​− ​ _15 ​ Find the least common denominator. The multiples of : 3, 9, 12, 15, 18 The multiples of 5: The least common multiple (denominator) . is ​ _23 ​× _​ 55 ​= Rename each fraction, so each has the same least common denominator.

Step 2 Add the numerators. 1+3=4 Step 3 Do not change the denominators. _ ​ 15 ​+ _​ 35 ​= ____ ​ 1 +5 3 ​ = _​ 45 ​ Step 4 Simplify. _ ​ 45 ​is in lowest terms. Practice Add. 1. ​ _28 ​+ ​ _48 ​ Look at the denominators. The denominator in each fraction is Add the numerators. +4= ​ _28 ​+ _​ 48 ​= ____ ​ 2 +8 4 ​ = Do not change the denominators. Simplify. is not in the lowest terms. 2. ​ __ 15 ​+ ​ 15 ​= 3. ​ __ 11 ​+ ​ 11 ​= 4. ​ __ 20 ​+ ​ 20 ​= 3 9 __ 5. ​ __ 25 ​+ ​ 25 ​= 6. com 1/18/11 3:32 PM Name Date Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators Adding fractions with unlike denominators requires that you first convert fractions so that they have the same denominator.

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