# How Do You Add Fractions with Different Denominators?

You've got three fractions to add together. Wait! They have unlike denominators. So the first thing you have to do is find the least common denominator. Now multiply the terms so they all have the same denominator. Don't forget to multiply the numerators also to get equivalent values. You are ready now to add the numerator values to get your answer.

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