1. 
Samuel rode his bicycle for six miles. Justin rode his bicycle for five and fivesevenths miles. How many miles did the boys ride their bicycles altogether?


2. 
Cameron is sixtytwo and twothirds inches tall. Benjamin is fiftyone and a half inches tall. How much taller is Cameron than Benjamin?


3. 
John jumped five and twothirds feet for the long jump on Field Day. William jumped six and threefourths feet. How much further did William jump than John?


4. 
Kyle put five and onefourth cups of rye grass seed and nine and twofifths cups of mixed seed in the bird feeder. How many cups of seed in all were put in the bird feeder?


5. 
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6. 
Sydney made a cake. She used two and a third cups of white flour and two cups of wholewheat flour. How much flour did she use in all?


7. 
All of Steven's school books weigh a total of twelve and a half pounds. If you take away his math book, the total weight drops to ten and a half pounds. How much does Steven's math book weigh?


8. 
Cameron bought two and twofifths pounds of ground beef. His mother used one and threefourths pounds to make hamburgers. How much of the ground beef was left?


9. 
The distance from our house to the grocery store is five and twothirds miles. The distance from our house to the mall is eight and a half miles. How much further is the mall than the grocery store from our house?


10. 
Nicole walked a mile in nineteen and a third minutes. It took Stephanie only fourteen and onefourth minutes. How much long did it take Nicole to walk a mile?


11. 
Justin has an elm tree in his yard that is twelve and onefourth feet tall. The oak tree is eighteen and threefourths feet tall. How much taller is the oak tree than the elm tree?


12. 
Samantha bought thirtyfive and a half inches of ribbon to make bows for her horse's mane. After the bows were all made, she still had one and onefifth inches of ribbon left. How many inches of ribbon did she use for the bows?

