1. 
Christian picked seven and oneninth bushels of corn yesterday and three bushels today. How many bushels of corn did Christian pick in all?


2. 
Miss Young brought three and onefourth pounds of candy to school. The students in third grade ate one and a half pounds of the candy. How much did Miss Young have left?


3. 
Ryan put seven and twofifths cups of rye grass seed and five and a half cups of mixed seed in the bird feeder. How many cups of seed in all were put in the bird feeder?


4. 
Lauren made four and a third pounds of chocolate fudge and eight and twothirds pounds of peanut butter fudge. How much fudge did she make in all?


5. 
Brittany cut five and fiveninths yards of striped material and three and threeelevenths yards of solid material. How much material did she cut in all?


6. 
Amanda's breadstick measured five and twothirds inches. Courtney's breadstick measured eight and fourfifths inches. What was the total length of both breadsticks?


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8. 
Kaylee bought three and a half yards of red fabric. She used two and twothirds yards of it to make a dress. How much fabric was left?


9. 
Samantha put one and a half teaspoons of vanilla and one and onefourth teaspoons of cinnamon in her cake mix. How many teaspoons of ingredients did she add altogether?


10. 
Mrs. White only had three and fivesixths cups of flour left in the bag. She used two and twothirds cups of flour to make a cake. How much flour was left in the bag?


11. 
Devin has an elm tree in his yard that is twelve and a third feet tall. The oak tree is sixteen and a half feet tall. How much taller is the oak tree than the elm tree?


12. 
Tyler made a snack of peanuts and M&Ms®. He used three and a half cups of peanuts and one and a half cups of M&Ms®. How much snack did Tyler make?

