This a simple video illustrating the process of addition involving fractions which have common denominators. The method is really quite easy and straightforward, as demonstrated by this video. One has to simply take the denominator of the sum as the same which is the common denominator of the two fractions being added. Then, one has to take the two numerators, add the, and write their sum as the numerator of the fraction which forms the sum. Finally, the resultant fraction should be reduced by a common factor, if any and/or if it is an improper fraction, it should be converted to a mixed number.
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