# Lesson Worksheet: Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators Mathematics • 4th Grade

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

Q1:

What is

Q2:

Find the result of in its simplest form.

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Q3:

What is ?

Q4:

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

 Expense Monthly Income Food Rent Transportation Savings 915 315 115 215
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Q5:

Find the result of in its simplest form.

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Q6:

Complete the following: .

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Q7:

Complete the following: .

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• C0
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Q8:

What number gives one when is added to it?

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Q9:

Which of the following describes the given model? • A
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Q10:

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?

 l8r lol brb cul8r 48100 26100 19100 7100
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Q11:

What is ?

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• B2
• C1
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Q12:

What is the difference between and ?

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Q13:

How much longer is of a foot than of a foot?

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• B ft
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• D ft
• E ft

Q14:

In a particular year, from January to March, Death Valley received a total of about of an inch of precipitation. From April to June, it received a total of about of an inch. How much more precipitation occurred in January to March than in April to June?

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Q15:

What number gives when it is subtracted from ?

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Q16:

Calculate .

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Q17:

Find two fractions that have a difference of and denominator that are not 9.

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• B,
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• E,

Q18:

In Mr. Daniel’s class, of the students finished their homework, whereas, in Mr. Jacob’s class, of the students finished their homework. How many more of the students finished their homework in Mr. Daniel’s class than Mr. Jacob’s?

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Q19:

To prepare her morning drink, Victoria mixed of a cup of carrot juice with of a cup of orange juice. How many more cups of orange juice than carrot juice did Victoria use?

• A c
• B c
• C c
• D c
• E1 c

Q20:

At a school, a group of students signed up for different classes. Using the table, determine the fraction of students that signed up for art, music, and wood working and the difference between that fraction and the fraction of students that signed up for philosophy.

 Art Music Philosophy Wood Working 10100 47100 7100 36100
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• E,

Q21:

A boy scout has a rope that is inches long. He cuts inches off one end of the rope and cuts inches off the other end. How long is the remaining rope?

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• B in
• C in
• D in
• E in