Free Online Fraction Calculator
How to use the calculator
- Enter Fraction #1 into the first box below. Use the “/” between the numerator and denominator. E.g. for one third, enter "1/3."
- Enter Fraction #2 into the second box.
- If you are using mixed numbers, leave a single space between the whole number and fraction part.
e.g. for two and three-fiths, enter "2 3/5"
- Select add, subtract, multiply or divide and then click Calculate Fraction.
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Do you need help with fractions?
These resources might help!
Free videos for learning fractions, part 1 (mixed numbers, equivalent fractions, addition, subtraction, comparing)
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