# How to Cancel a Denominator?

Canceling the denominator reduces a fraction in-problem, that is, before setting up and solving for a solution. To cancel a denominator, there must be a common value between the numerators within t...
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## How to Find the Same Denominator?

In a fraction, the denominator is the bottom or second number and the numerator is the top or first number. In order to add or subtract fractions, they must have the same denominator. The denominat...
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## How to Clear the Denominator?

Algebraic equations are commonly used when trying to find an unknown quality and have values which are mathematically related. By using addition, subtraction, multiplication or division you can ma...
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## How to Give Fractions the Same Denominator?

If you need to add or subtract fractions, you must first restate the fractions so they both have the same denominator. This is referred to as finding a common denominator, or more specifically, the...
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## How to Add Fractions Without a Common Denominator?

Learning to add fractions can be difficult. But once you learn the parts of a fraction and how to add them together, it gets easier. The top number in a fraction is called a numerator. The bottom n...
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