MathPad.

Key topics the inequalities calculator solves include:

1. Solving Linear Inequalities: This topic covers solving inequalities that involve linear expressions, such as inequalities with a single variable or multiple variables.

2. Compound Inequalities: Compound inequalities involve multiple inequalities connected by the words “and” or “or.” Understanding how to solve and graph these types of inequalities is important for solving more complex mathematical problems.

3. Systems of Inequalities: In real-world scenarios, several inequalities may need to be solved simultaneously. This topic covers solving and graphing systems of linear inequalities.

4. Absolute Value Inequalities: Absolute value inequalities incorporate the absolute value function and require slightly different approaches for solving and graphing compared to regular linear inequalities.

5. Quadratic Inequalities: This topic focuses on solving and graphing inequalities involving quadratic expressions. Quadratic inequalities often introduce various solution types and intervals.

- Step 1: Find a common denominator. In this case, we could use 6 as a common denominator because both 3 and 2 go into 6 evenly.
- Step 2: Create equivalent fractions with the common denominator. For 1/3, we can multiply both the numerator (top number) and the denominator (bottom number) by 2, resulting in 2/6. For 1/2, we can multiply both the numerator and denominator by 3, giving us 3/6.
- Step 3: Now that both fractions have the same denominator, we can subtract the numerators. So, 2/6 – 3/6 becomes (2-3)/6 in fraction form.
- Step 4: Simplify the numerator. 2-3 equals -1, so the fraction becomes -1/6.
- Therefore, the solution to 1/3 – 1/2 is -1/6. This means if you take away 1/2 from 1/3, you will have -1/6 left.

\frac{1}{3}-\frac{1}{2}

=\frac{2\times1-3\times1}{3\times2}

=\frac{2-3}{6}

=-\frac{1}{6}

To solve this fraction, we need to multiply the numerators (the numbers on top) together and multiply the denominators (the numbers on the bottom) together.

Step 1:

Take the numerator of the first fraction, which is 3, and multiply it by the numerator of the second fraction, which is 10. So, 3 multiplied by 10 is 30.

Step 2:

Next, take the denominator of the first fraction, which is 25, and multiply it by the denominator of the second fraction, which is 9. So, 25 multiplied by 9 is 225.

Step 3:

Now, we have a new fraction with the numerator of 30 and the denominator of 225.

Step 4:

To simplify this fraction, we need to see if there’s any number we can divide both the numerator and denominator by and still get the same fraction.

Step 5:

In this case, we notice that both 30 and 225 are divisible by 5. So, let’s divide both numbers by 5.

Step 6:

When we divide the numerator 30 by 5, we get 6. And when we divide the denominator 225 by 5, we get 45.

Step 7:

Therefore, the simplified fraction of 3/25 multiplied by 10/9 is 6/45.

\frac{3}{25}\times\frac{10}{9}

\frac{\cancel{3}}{25}\times\frac{10}{\cancel{9}} = \frac{1}{5}\times\frac{2}{3}

\frac{1}{5}\times\frac{2}{3}=\frac{2}{15}

The operation of addition in words are represented thus

- Sum = more than
- Plus = greater than
- Gain = larger than
- Increase= enlarge
- Rise= grow
- Expand = augment

In word, the sum of a number and 10

n + 10

A number plus 20

n + 20

A number gained 20 or increaded by 20

n + 20

50 enlarged or expanded by a number, n.

50 + n

Mixed numbers, proper fractions, improper fractions, fraction addition, fraction subtraction, and more...

Convert decimal to fraction, significant figures, decimal places, adding and subtracting decimal,...

Percentage error, changes, quantity, percentage conversions and more worksheets...

Ratio, direct proportion, inverse proportion, Hooke’s law, Charles’s and Ohm’s law

Laws of indices, power, roots, square roots, equation with indices, indexes...

Brackets, order of precedence, division, multiplication and...

AlgebraPop fractions solver simplifies the following fraction-related task

- improper fractions into mixed numbers
- mixed numbers into improper fractions
- adding improper fractions and proper fractions
- adding proper fractions and proper fractions
- adding mixed numbers and proper fractions
- adding mixed numbers and improper fractions
- adding mixed numbers and mixed numbers
- subtract improper fractions and proper fractions
- subtract proper fractions and proper fractions
- subtract mixed numbers and proper fractions
- subtract mixed numbers and improper fractions
- subtract mixed numbers and mixed numbers
- multiply improper fractions and proper fractions
- multiply proper fractions and proper fractions
- multiply mixed numbers and proper fractions
- multiply mixed numbers and improper fractions
- multiply mixed numbers and mixed numbers
- division improper fractions and proper fractions
- division proper fractions and proper fractions
- division mixed numbers and proper fractions
- division mixed numbers and improper fractions
- division mixed numbers and mixed numbers
- order of operation with fractions

\frac{12}{7}=1\ \frac{5}{7}

1\frac{8}{9}=\frac{17}{9}

\frac{1}{3}+\frac{2}{5}=\frac{11}{15}

2\frac{1}{3}+3\frac{1}{2}=5\frac{5}{6}

\frac{3}{9}-\frac{1}{2}=-\frac{1}{6}