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I assume you are not selling all of your shares, because if you are, you just have to add all of the individual fractional share purchases.

If you are using FIFO, you keep adding the purchase price of the fractional shares starting with the earliest purchase until you reach the number of shares sold. This will probably mean that you will have to further split some purchase into a small fraction that was sold and a small fraction that you still own.

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