Enter integers to make fractions and select the operation to solve fractions using fraction calculator.

Fractions calculator** **takes the fractions from users and performs the following operations.

- Adding fractions
- Subtracting fractions
- Multiplying fractions
- Dividing fractions

Let’s dive into fractions by exploring fraction definition, how to simplify fractions without fraction simplifier,** **and how do you subtract, add, multiply, or divide fractions manually.

**What is a fraction?**

Fractions are used to represent part of a whole. When we divide something in parts, a fraction shows the number of parts we have out of total quantity.

For example: If a pizza have total of **8** slices then **1** slice out of **8** can be expressed in fraction as *1/8.*

The upper part of fraction is known as *numerator* while the lower part of fraction is known as *denominator.*

**How to simplify fractions?**

This calculator for fractions or fraction solver performs all of the following operations.

**Example: **Perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on given fraction.

**2/3** and **3/4**

**How to add/subtract fractions?**

**Step 1: **Make the denominator of both fractions same.

= **2**×4**/3**×4** + 3**×3/**4**×3

= 8/12 + 9/12

**Step 2:** Add the numerator of both fractions and write the denominator by taking it common.

= (8 + 9)/12

= 17/12

**2/3** + **3/4 ****= 17/12**

By subtracting the numerators in the end, you can subtract fractions in the same way.

**How to multiply fractions?**

**Step 1: **Multiply the numerator and denominators of both fractions to each other.

= 2/3 × 3/4

= (2×3)/(3×4)

= 6/12

**= 1/2**

**How to divide fractions?**

**Step 1: **Reverse the second fraction by interchanging the position of numerator and denominator. Also replace the *÷* sign by *×* sign.

2/3 ÷ 3/4

2/3 ×** **4/3

**Step 2: **Now, multiply the numerator and denominators of both fractions to each other.

**2/3 × 4/3 = 8/9**

Add fractions calculator** **can accomplish all of the above performed operations on fractions.