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# Addtion of fractions with the same denominator

- Example:

- Analysis:
- The denominator of the first fraction is 7, the numerator of the first fraction is 2
- The denominator of the second fraction is 7, the numerator of the second fraction is 3
- Both fractions have the same denominator and different numerators

- Solution:
- Rule of adding two fractions when both of them have same denominator:
- Keep the same denominator and adding two numerators

- Note:
- The denominator of the fraction can not be zero.

- Formula to add two fractions:
- a/b + c/b = (a + c)/b, in which the denominator b can not be zero