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Math 5TH GR CH6

1/6 + 5/8 19/24
6/9 - 1/3 3/9 or 1/3
1 1/6 + 1 5/8 2 19/24
Teddy bought 1/3 pound of lettuce and 3/4 pound of lettuce.How much lettuce did she buy? 1 1/12
Stacey needs 5/6 yard of black ribbon and 2/3 yard of red ribbon to make a bow and hat.How much total ribbon does she need? 1 3/6 or 1 1/2
2/3 - 1/4 5/12
3/8 - 1/4 1/8
4/5 - 1/2 3/10
Amber had 1/2 pound of sugar. She used 1/4 pound of sugar. How much sugar does she have left? 1/4
Tyler had 2 7/16 yards of fabric. He use 3/4 yard to make a vest. About how much fabric did he have left? 1 1/2
What are the equivalent fractions for 1/4 and 2/3? 3/12 and 8/12
What is the LCD for fractions 4/6 and 2/9 18
Bob bough 1/4 pound of screws and 2/5 pound of nails for a skateboard ramp.What was the total weight of screws and nails? 13/20
2 1/6 - 1 2/7 37/42
Fill in the blank. 1 9/10, 1 7/10, ,1 3/10, 1 1/10 What is the rule? The blank is 1 5/10 or 1 1/2. The rule is subtract 2/10 or 1/5.
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