Worksheet: Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators

In this worksheet, we will practice adding and subtracting multiple fractions with the same denominator and writing them in simplest form.

Q1:

What is 13+13+13?

Q2:

Find the result of 1415415+115 in its simplest form.

  • A1115
  • B215
  • C35
  • D715
  • E1130

Q3:

What is 14+14+14+14?

Q4:

The given table demonstrates how William spends his income each month. How much more does he spend on transportation and food than rent?

ExpenseFoodRentTransportationSavings
Monthly Income915315115215
  • A1315
  • B715
  • C415
  • D23
  • E45

Q5:

Find the result of 37+5747 in its simplest form.

  • A47
  • B514
  • C67
  • D314
  • E27

Q6:

Complete the following: 147=.

  • A57
  • B37
  • C47
  • D27

Q7:

On Tuesday, 57 of the students in a class stayed at home and 17 of them were on a trip. What fraction of the students went to school?

  • A27
  • B17
  • C137
  • D67

Q8:

Complete the following: 4737=.

  • A1
  • B17
  • C0
  • D27

Q9:

What number gives one when 59 is added to it?

  • A49
  • B59
  • C13
  • D23

Q10:

Subtract 133 from 163.

  • A14
  • B583
  • C873
  • D93
  • E293

Q11:

Which of the following describes the given model?

  • A4828=14
  • B58+38=1
  • C5939=29
  • D59+39=89
  • E5838=14

Q12:

The table shows the fraction of students that use certain chat abbreviations at Hillside Middle School. What fraction of these students use “l8r” or “lol” while chatting?

l8rlolbrbcul8r
4810026100191007100
  • A1150
  • B1350
  • C3750
  • D325
  • E1225

Q13:

What is 14+14?

  • A14
  • B2
  • C1
  • D12

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