# Addition fractions problems

#### Number of problems found: 438

- Katelyn

Katelyn ate ⅓ of an apple pie, and Chad ate ⅜ of the same pie. What fraction of the pie was eaten? - My whole

My whole number is 88 if you add 5 thousandths, 8 tenths, and 7 thousandths. What number will I be? - Two mixed adding

What is 1 and 1/6 + 1 and 3/6? - The sum 34

The sum of two fractions is 5/6. One of the fractions is 1/2. What is the other fraction?

- Add or subtract

What should we add to 8/16 to get 1 1/3? - Work out 2

Work out the sum of 2/6 and 1/6. Give your answer in its simplest form. - Add two fractions

What is 1/2 added to 2/3? * 1 point A. 1 3/12 B. 1 5/6 C. 1 1/6 D.1 1/4 - Mary read

Mary read 2/9 books in the morning and 5/9 in the evening. What fraction of books has she read? - A loaf of bread

Tshegofatso and Saymore have a loaf of bread. Tshegofatso eats 4/7 of the loaf, and Saymore eats 1/3 of the loaf. What fraction of the loaf of bread is left over?

- HW store

At the hardware store, 1/4 of the nails are size 2d, and 1/6 of the nails are size 4d. What fraction of the nails are either size 2d or 4d? - Peter 12

Peter spends 1 1/2 hours playing, 2 1/2 hours reading, and 2/3 hours cooking. Find the sum of hours. - What is 23

What is the answer to sum 2 1/2 and 1 3/8 minus 5 1/4? - A football 2

A football team wins 2/5 of their matches and draws 1/3. What fraction of their matches are lost? - Negative mixed 2

What is −4 2/3 + 2 1/2? Write the answer as a mixed number in simplest form.

- Equal slices of pizza

If you have a pizza divided into 6 equal slices and you eat 2/6 of it, what fraction of the pizza is left? - Kamau

Kamau had 3/4 of a cake. He gave 1/3 to his wife and 1/6 to his father. What fraction of the cake remained? - My mother 2

My mother ate 1/8 of the cake, and my father ate 3/8 of the cake. How much cake has been eaten, and how much is left? - Mel and Lisa

Mel and Lisa used 9/10 of the clay in their art kit. Mel used 1/2 of the clay. How much clay did Lisa use? - Negative fractions

I am a number that is equal to -3/4 subtracted from the sum of 3/5 and -1/3. What number am I?

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