# Lesson Worksheet: Subtracting Proper Fractions: Denominators Are Multiples Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting proper fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number first by using models and then by writing equivalent fractions over the same denominator.

Q1:

Hannah wants to calculate by first writing each fraction over the same denominator. Which of the following is the next step she should take?

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Q2:

Jackson has of a chocolate bar and he eats of it. How much of the chocolate bar is leftover?

• A of the chocolate bar
• B of the chocolate bar
• C of the chocolate bar
• D of the chocolate bar
• E of the chocolate bar

Q3:

Sophia’s bottle contains liters of water. If she drinks liters from her bottle, how much water in liters is leftover?

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Q4:

Solve the following: • A
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Q5:

Charlotte solved as follows using the given number line. Use the same method to find .

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Q6:

Noah made the given model to solve , as follows. He found that .

Use the same method to find .

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Using the given model, find . Give your answer in its simplest form. • A
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Using the given model, find . • A
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Q9:

Which of the following subtraction equations is represented on the given number line? • A
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Q10:

There was of a pizza and Mason ate of it. How much of it is left? • A of a pizza
• B of a pizza
• C of a pizza
• D of a pizza
• E of a pizza

Q11:

Complete the following with the correct answer in its simplest form: • A
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Q12:

Find the common denominator and then subtract the fractions, giving your answer in its simplest form: .

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Q14:

Fill in the blank using , , or : .

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