Math Explanation for 4th graders
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Thank you so much. I really need help with the math homework. Ugh.
I can help you while mom and dad is gone. Let's go to the living room. Bring your homework.
Okkkk... Let's see... Wow you already learn this at school. Take a seat at the couch
Yeah it's like 5th grade stuff.
So you're learning, adding and subtracting fractions now right? So the most important part of doing it is the denominator must be the same. If not, you have to find a common denominator. Which means that you have to find the same multiple or product, the answer of a multiplication problem. Let's take 1/3+ 4/9 as a example. since you know that 3 and 9 has a common product it will be easier. So you find the common multiple, in this case 9. But when you multiply to get get it, multiply the top and the bottom.Now you just add up.
I still don't get it
Denominators and Numerators are the top and the bottom of a fraction. For example, in the fraction, 1/3, 1 is the numerator and the 3 is the denominator.
Go to your room now Ashely
Wait. What is a denominator, and a numerator?
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Hey honey we're home!
Mom! Dad! Alice helped me with my homework! She was awesome!
Wow. Thank you so much Alice. You were a such wonderful help.
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