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by Daniel Brewer [Harmon ES]
| 8 Questions
Note from the author:
Adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators. Includes mixed numbers.
1
1 pt

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

2
1 pt

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

3
1 pt

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

4
1 pt

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

NOTE: You may NOT write your answer as a mixed number and improper fraction.

5
1 pt

# SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

NOTE: You may NOT write your answer as a mixed number and improper fraction.

6
1 pt

# SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

NOTE: You may NOT write your answer as a mixed number and improper fraction.

7
1 pt

# SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

NOTE: You may NOT write your answer as a mixed number and improper fraction.

8
1 pt

# SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS

If you need to, use paper (NOT a white board) to help you solve the following problem. Turn in your paper to your teacher when you finish. Label the number of each problem on your paper.

NOTE: You may NOT write your answer as a mixed number and improper fraction.