In this page you can find addition formula solutions.Here you can see solution for the addition problem.This method will be very simple for adding two fractions without taking L.C.M. Students can try on their own to do the problems as we have showed it in the example. If they have any doubt they can verify their method with the method provided in this page.

If we want to add two fractions with different denominators we need to take L.C.M for the two fractions and we need to change them as same.Then only we can add the numerators.But in our method we can easily apply the formula and no need worry about taking L.C.M for the denominators.This formula will be very useful to the students who are beginner to Math.By using this formula we can easily get answer for a difficult problem too.After applying this formula we need to simplify the final answer to get the simplified form.Any way this new method will be very useful to the beginners.We have also given examples for each problem to make you understand more clear.We hope this will be very helpful to the students who are facing difficulties in doing problems in math.We have also given worksheets for each category of topics.By practicing this worksheets you can get more knowledge.These are the most basic topics in math. Example for adding two fractions with different denominators is given below.

**Addition Formula Solutions**

**Question 1: **

Add 1⁄8 + 2⁄7**Solution:**

= [(1 x 7) + (2 x 8)] ⁄56

= (7 + 16) ⁄56

= 23 ⁄56

**Question 2:**

Add 2⁄5 + 1⁄7**Solution:**

= [(2 x 7) + (1 x 5 )] ⁄35

= (14 + 5) ⁄35

= 19⁄35

**Question 3:**

Add 2/7 + 3⁄11**Solution:**

= [(2 x 11) + (3 x 7] ⁄77

= (22 + 21) ⁄77

= 43 ⁄77

**Question 4: **

Add 1⁄10 + 2⁄17**Solution:**

= [(1 x 17) + (2 x 10)] ⁄170

= (17 + 20) ⁄170

= 37 ⁄170

**Question 5: **

Add 1⁄2 + 2⁄5**Solution:**

= [(1 x 5) + (2 x 2)] ⁄10

= (5 + 4) ⁄10

= 9 ⁄10

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