# What is 2/3 + 2/6?

getcalc.com's **two fractions addition calculator** is an online basic math function tool to find what's the equivalent fraction for sum of two fractional numbers with different, unequal or unlike denominators 2/3 and 2/6.

2/3 + 2/6 = 6/6 as simplified as 1/1 in fraction form

2/3 + 2/6 = 1 in decimal form

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## How to Find Equivalent Fraction for 2/3+2/6?

The below workout with step by step calculation shows how to find the equivalent fraction between 2/3 and 2/6 by adding two fractions with different, unequal or unlike denominators. The sum in fraction form for 2/3 plus 2/6 can be obtained by using anyone of the two methods below.

1. LCM method

2. Cross multiplication method.

__Problem & Workout - LCM Method__

What is 2/3 plus 2/6 as a fraction by addition using LCM method?

step 1 Address *formula*, input parameters & values.

Input parameters & values:

2/3 & 2/6

2/3+2/6 = ?

step 2 For unequal denominators, find the LCM (least common multiple) for both denominators

The LCM for 3 and 6 is 6.

step 3 To have the common denominator, multiply the LCM with both numerator & denominator

=(2 x 6)/(3 x 6)+(2 x 6)/(6 x 6)

=4/6+2/6

=(4 + 2)/6

step 4 Add both numerator and rewrite it in a single form.

= *6/6*

=1/1

2/3+2/6=1/1

By using LCM method, **1/1** is the equivalent fraction by adding 2/3 and 2/6.

__Problem & Workout - Cross Multiplication Method__

step 1 Address formula, input parameters & values.

Input parameters & values:

2/3 & 2/6

2/3 + 2/6 = ?

step 2 Cross multiply both numerator & denominator, multiply both denominators and rewrite as below

= (2 x 6) + (2 x 3)/(3 x 6)

step 3 Simplify & rewrite the fraction

= (12 + 6)/18

= 18/18

= 1/1

2/3+2/6 = 1/1

By using cross multiplication method, **1/1** is the addition between two fractions 2/3 and 2/6.