# Worksheet: Adding Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators

In this worksheet, we will practice adding two mixed numbers that have the same denominator by adding the wholes and the fractions using models, such as tape diagrams and number lines.

Q1:

Write 9 plus as a mixed number.

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Q2:

A triangle has sides of length ,, and . Find the perimeter of the triangle.

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Q3:

Sarah is going to put a fence around her rectangular garden. If the garden is by yards, how many feet of fencing will she need?

• A ft
• B ft
• C ft
• D ft
• E ft

Q4:

Use the figure to find the length of the segment connecting the centers of the two smaller circles. • A
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Q5:

William had 23 LE. He then bought a pen for and a notebook for . How much money does he have left?

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Q6:

James has two posters. One is feet wide and the other feet wide. Will the two posters fit beside each other on a wall 7 feet wide?

• Ano
• Byes

Q7:

Determine the sum of , , and .

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Q8:

Add . Write in simplest form.

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Q9:

Find the result of in its simplest form.

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Q10:

Mrs. Miller made noodle soup last weekend. She used of noodles on Saturday and on Sunday. How many pounds of noodles did she use that weekend?

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Q11:

Calculate .

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Q12:

Charlotte ran km from her house to the gym. Then, she ran km to the supermarket. How far did she run in total?

• A km
• B km
• C km
• D km
• E km