# Lesson Worksheet: Subtracting Fractions from Mixed Numbers: No Regrouping Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting a proper fraction from a mixed number, where their denominators are multiples of the same number, by partitioning the mixed number and writing equivalent fractions.

Q1:

There are pizzas. Jackson and his friend eat of a pizza. How many pizzas are left? Q2:

Use the given model to find . • A
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Q3:

Use the given model to find . • A
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Q4:

Fares is trying to solve .

Fares’s friend Sarah claims that we can write as and solve instead. Is Sarah correct?

• AYes
• BNo

Help Fares find the result.

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Q5:

Calculate .

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Q6:

Use the following model to find the result of . • A
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Q7:

What is the missing number in the part–whole model? • A
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Q8:

Calculate .

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Q9:

A bottle contains liters of water. If of a liter is poured from the bottle, how many liters remain in the bottle? Express your answer in fraction form.

• A of a liter
• B liters
• C liters
• D liters
• E of a liter

Q10:

The typical length of a rufous hummingbird is inches, and the typical length of a broad-tailed hummingbird is 4 inches. How much shorter is the rufous hummingbird than a broad-tailed hummingbird?

• A in
• B in
• C2 in
• D6 in
• E1 in