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Fractions
Solve. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form.

1.   Makayla picked nine and seven-elevenths bushels of apples on Friday and four and a half bushels of apples on Saturday. How many bushels of apples did she pick altogether?

2.   Nicholas picked six and a third bushels of corn yesterday and six bushels today. How many bushels of corn did Nicholas pick in all?

3.   The distance from our house to the grocery store is five and three-fourths miles. The distance from our house to the mall is ten and two-fifths miles. How much further is the mall than the grocery store from our house?

4.   Jordan bought thirty-seven and a half inches of ribbon to make bows for her horse's mane. After the bows were all made, she still had four and one-sixth inches of ribbon left. How many inches of ribbon did she use for the bows?

5.   Mrs. Brown only had three and three-fourths cups of flour left in the bag. She used two and two-fifths cups of flour to make a cake. How much flour was left in the bag?

6.   Cameron collected two and a half gallons of honey from the beehives. He gave one and a half gallons of the honey to his aunt and uncle. How much honey was left?

7.   Joseph is fifty-eight and a half inches tall. Benjamin is fifty-two and one-fifth inches tall. How much taller is Joseph than Benjamin?

8.   Elizabeth's breadstick measured five and one-fourth inches. Katherine's breadstick measured seven and a third inches. What was the total length of both breadsticks?

9.   Mr. Harris bought twenty-nine and a half feet of rope to make a tire swing for Cody. When he finished the swing, he had five and a half feet of rope left over. How many feet of rope did he use to make the swing?

10.   Kevin has an elm tree in his yard that is eleven and two-thirds feet tall. The oak tree is seventeen and five-sixths feet tall. How much taller is the oak tree than the elm tree?

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12.   Alexis walked a mile in nineteen and one-fifth minutes. It took Alyssa only fourteen and a third minutes. How much long did it take Alexis to walk a mile?


 


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