Fractions average calculator & example to find the average of two or more regular & improper fractions. Refer the example calculation to know how to find the mid-point between two fractions.

The below solved example calculation shows how to find the average of two or more regular & improper fractions.

**Note :**

Add the fractions together and divide by the count of fractions provides the average of two or more fractions. If the denominators are not common to each other, use the *LCD (least common denominator)* to make them equal to each other to find the sum of fractions.

**Example :**

Average of two or more regular & irregular fractions.

**Example Question :**

Find the average of 1/2 + 1/3?

**Answer :**

AVERAGE = {1/2 + 1/3}/{2}

find the LCD for fractions to add the fractions, since the denominators are not equal to each other

= {3/6 + 2/6}/{2}

= {5/6}/{2}

= 5/12

{1/2 + 1/3}/{2} = 5/12

**5/12 is an average of {1/2 + 1/3}**. Users can refer the example to learn how to do it yourself the average of two or more fractions or use this calculator to verify the results.

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