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Enter both fractions in the given input boxes and select the operator. Use the Calculate button to add, subtract, multiply, or divide the fraction using fractions calculator**.**

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Fraction solver is a calculator for fractions that can perform following arithmetic operations.

- Adding fractions
- Subtracting fractions
- Multiplying fractions
- Dividing fractions

Let’s go through some important issues such as how do you subtract fractions** **without using subtracting fractions calculator**, **how to calculate fractions, and fraction definition.

A fraction is a numerical quantity that is not a whole number (e.g., 1/2, 0.5). It is a number written with the bottom part (the denominator) telling you how many parts the whole is divided into, and the top part (the numerator) telling how many you have.

**A fraction can be expressed as: **

*2/3 --->** Numerator/Denominator*

Where,

** Numerator** = Top portion of a fraction.

**For example:** In 2/3, the numerator is 2, the top number. The denominator is the 3, the bottom number. The add fractions calculator** **can perform basic arithmetic operation on given fractions.

Adding and subtracting fractions is much alike and easier especially when you use integer fraction calculator** **above. Regardless, you should know the manual method to perform fractional operations.

Let’s add two fraction.

**Example:**

Add and subtract the following fractions.

*2/3, 4/5*

**Step 1: **Place an addition sign in both fractions.

= 2/3 + 4/5

**Step 2: **Multiply both fractions with a number so that the denominators become same.

In this case, we will multiply first numerator and denominator of first fraction with ** 3** and second fraction with

*= 2×5/3×5 + 4×3/5×3*

*= 10/15 + 12/15*

Now that, denominator of each fraction is same, we can add the numerators by taking denominator common.

**Step 3: **Add numerators of both fractions.

*= 1/15(10+12)*

*= 22/15*

Use our fraction calculator** **to cross-check the answers.

Subtracting a fraction is same as adding a fraction. Follow the same method above. The only difference is, you have to subtract the values instead of addition.

Let’s multiply two fractions.

*2/3, 4/5*

**Step 1: **Place a multiplication sign between both fractions.

*= 2/3 × 4/5*

**Step 2: **Multiply both numerators to each other and denominators as well.

*= 8/15*

You can use** **multiplying fractions calculator** **anytime to multiply two fractions.

Let’s divide two fractions.

*2/3, 4/5*

**Step 1: **Place a division sign between both fractions.

*= 2/3 ÷ 4/5*

**Step 2: **Take the reciprocal of second fraction to replace the division sign with multiplication.

*= 2/3 × 5/4*

*= 10/12*

By further simplifying,

*= 5/6*

Use** **dividing fractions calculator** **above to divide two fractions. Moreover, if you want to convert your fraction to number or decimal, use our fraction to decimal calculator.

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