Adding Subtracting Mixed Numbers Question Preview (ID: 43856)


5th Grade Math 5.NF.A.[print questions]

1/2 + 9/10 =
a) 10/12
b) 10/10
c) 1 4/10
d) 2/5

4 1/3 - 2 3/4 =
a) 2 5/12
b) 2 7/12
c) 1 7/12
d) 1 5/12

8 4/9 - 6 1/3 =
a) 2 1/9
b) 14 7/9
c) 2 3/6
d) 14 5/12

3/4 + 1/2 =
a) 4/6
b) 5/4
c) 1
d) 2/6

Before you can add fractions with different denominators, you WILL NOT
a) create equivalent fractions
b) find a common denominator
c) Reduce the fraction to make sure it's in simplest form
d) List the multiples of the different denominators

A fraction greater than 1 can also be described or shown as:
a) proper fraction
b) a numerator
c) mixed number
d) a denominator

The problem is addition. You know one of the addends and the total. How can you find the missing addend?
a) Multiplication
b) Division
c) subtraction
d) addition

Why is it important to check your work in math?
a) Mrs. Bertram says so.
b) to ensure your answer is precise and accurate.
c) because it's fun
d) Because then you turn your paper in later

1/2 + 1/2 does not equal
a) 1
b) 2/2
c) 4/2
d) 1 whole

7/4 =
a) 1 7/4
b) 3/4
c) 1
d) 1 3/4

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