**Addition and subtraction of algebraic fractions**

In case of **addition and subtraction of
algebraic fractions** with a common denominator, we should simply add or subtract
the numerators. Then, the sum is reduced to its lowest terms. For example:

In the case of **addition and subtraction of the
algebraic fractions** with different denominator, we follow the following steps:

1.
Find the LCM of denominators.

2.
Divide the LCM by each
denominator and multiply the quotient so obtained by the corresponding
numerator.

3.
Carry out the operation of
addition or subtraction in the numerator.

4.
Reduce the sum to its lowest
terms.

Look at the following worked out
examples:

*Workout Examples*

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