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Hey! Who are you? You can't be here! I need to do my math homework. Of course... you could help me with it.
I'm here to help you with your math. I'm the homework helper fairy. It's my job!
Oh... Okay. Then explain to me how to add fractions with unlike denominators. It's super hard!
No, it's not if you know how to do it. Let's use the fraction problem 2/3 + 5/6 as an example. First, you have to find the least common denominator. That's the first number that both denominators can go evenly into. Sit down with me.
That's sounds easy. The least common denominator would be six, because six and three go into six evenly.
Good. I'm glad you know that. Now, since six times one is six, and then
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