addition Fractions Problems

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  • Honey 2
    The baker has 3/4 liter of honey and decided to bake a few honeycombs and biscuits from it. 1/6 liter of honey was needed for honeycombs and 1/4 liter for biscuits. How much honey did she have left after baking honeycombs and biscuits?
  • The study
    James was preparing for a quiz. He studied 5/21 hours on Saturday and 2/7 hours on Sunday. How many hours did he study over the weekend?
  • Tartlets
    After a special event, a caterer examined the leftovers on the serving table. She saw 10/11 of a tartlet with apples, 2/3 of a tartlet with strawberries, and 10/11 of a tartlet with raspberries. How many leftover tartlets did the caterer have?
  • A 14.5-gallon
    A 14.5-gallon gasoline tank is 3/4 full. How many gallons will it take to fill the tank? Write your answer as a mixed number.
  • Sunny windowsill
    We place a cup of water on a sunny windowsill. After the first day, 3/2 centimeters of water evaporated. After the second day, another 4/3 centimeters of water evaporated. How much total water, in centimeters, evaporated from the cup after the first two d
  • Submerging
    Monika dove 9 meters below the ocean's surface. She then dove 13 meters deeper. Then she rose 19 and one-fourth meters. What was her position concerning the water's surface (the water surface = 0, minus values = above water level, plus = above water level
  • The pet
    Ananya has a bunny. She bought 4 7/8 pounds of carrots. She fed her bunny 1 1/4 pounds of carrots the first week. She fed her bunny 5/6 pounds of carrots the second week. All together, how many pounds of carrots did she feed her bunny? 1. Draw a tape diag
  • Marvin
    Marvin buys a hose that is 27 ¾ feet long. He already owns a hose at home that is ⅔ the length of the new hose. How many total yards of hose does Marvin have now?
  • Frank
    Frank will be riding his bike to school this year. The distance from his house to the end of the street is ⅜ mile. The distance from the end of the street to the school is ⅚ mile. How far is Frank's house from school?
  • Fuel tank
    Carlos has 4/5 of a tank of fuel in his car. He uses 1/10 of a tank per day. How many days will his fuel last?
  • Metal rod
    You have a metal rod that’s 51/64 inches long. The rod needs to be trimmed. You cut 1/64 inches from one end and 1/32 inches from the other end. Next, you cut the rod into 6 equal pieces. What will be the final length of each piece?
  • Bathroom 4
    Dolor puts 3 1/2 pails of water into a water container in the bathroom every day. Her daughter, Lei, uses 2 1/4 pails of water every day when taking a bath. If the water container had 5 5/8 pails of water at the start, how much water is left in it after 5
  • Martin
    Martin is making a model of a Native American canoe. He has 5 1/2 feet of wood. He uses 2 3/4 feet for the hull and 1 1/4 feet for a paddle. How much wood does he have left? Martin has feet of wood left.
  • An orchard
    During a visit to an orchard, Greg picked 3/5 of a bag of delicious golden apples, 4/5 of a bag of Macintosh apples, 2/5 of a bag of Cortland apples, 1/5 of a bag of Bartlett pears, and 4/5 of a bag of Bosch pears. How many bags of fruit to Greg pick in t
  • Honey
    Ila collected the honey from 3 of her beehives. From the first hive, she collected 2/3 gallons of honey. The last two hives yielded 1/4 gallon each. After using some of the honey she collected for baking, Lila found that she only had 3/4 gallon of honey l
  • Patel
    Patel squeezed oranges so that his family could have fresh-squeezed juice for breakfast. He squeezed 4/17 cups from the first orange, 3/10 cups from the second orange, StartFraction 9 over 20 E
  • A textile
    A textile store sold a bolt of denim (what jeans are made out of). In one day, the following number of yards were purchased from the one bolt: 5 2/3, 7, 4 2/3, 8 5/8, 9 3/5, 10 ½, and 8. How many yards were sold?
  • Rose spends
    Rose spends 2 1/3 hours studying Math, 1 3/4 hours studying English, and 2 1/4 hours studying Science. Find her average time studying the three subjects.
  • Marbles
    Dave had 40 marbles. Junjun has 2 1/5 more than Dave’s marbles. How many marbles do they have altogether?
  • Ingrid
    Ingrid watched television for 2 1/4 hours, and Devon watched for 3 2/3 hours. For how many hours did they watch television in total?

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