Our Adding Fractions Calculator will help you to add any two fractions or mixed numbers.

The great thing about this calculator is that it will also show you all the working out along the way!

If you want to add two fractions together, please use the calculator above.

To enter a fraction, you have to enter the numerator followed by '/' followed by the denominator. E.g. 4/5 or 23/7

To enter a mixed fraction, first type the whole number followed by space followed by the numerator followed by '/' followed by the denominator. E.g. 3 1/4 (3 and a quarter).

If you need help to find out how to add fractions, there is more help further down this page!

Here you will find some simple advice and support to help you learn to add two fractions together.

As well as this, there is also a video and some worked examples showing you what to do for each step.

Before you start learning to add fractions with different denominators, you should be confident using equivalent fractions.

Take a look at some more of our resources similar to these.

We have a range of fraction calculators to support you with all your fraction problems.

Whether you are looking to add or subtract, multiply or divide, simplify or convert fractions, we have a calculator for you.

Here you will find a selection of Fraction worksheets designed to help your child understand and practice how to add and subtract 2 fractions.

Before your child tackles adding and subtracting fractions, they should be confident with equivalent fractions.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- apply their understanding of equivalent fractions;
- add 2 fractions with different denominators;
- subtract 2 fractions with different denominators.

All the Adding Subtracting Fractions sheets in this section support the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Fifth Grade.

Our Subtract Fractions support page will help you to master the skill of subtracting fractions.

There is a video along with worked examples and practice sheets as well as plenty of step-by-step advice.

Here you will find the Math Salamanders free online Math help pages about Fractions.

There is a wide range of help pages including help with:

- fraction definitions;
- equivalent fractions;
- converting improper fractions;
- how to add and subtract fractions;
- how to convert fractions to decimals and percentages;
- how to simplify fractions.

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