Fractions: Adding Mixed Numbers (same denominator)
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2 1⁄3 + 1 1⁄3 =
3 2⁄3 
1 1⁄3 + 3 1⁄3 =
4 2⁄3 
2 2⁄3 + 1 1⁄3 =
4 

5 5⁄7 + 2 1⁄7 =
7 6 ⁄7 
2 4⁄6 + 2 3⁄6 =
5 1⁄6 
1 3⁄8 + 2 2⁄8 =
3 5⁄8 

3 4⁄7 + 2 6⁄7 =
6 3⁄7 
2 1⁄5 + 2 2⁄5 =
4 3⁄5 
4 3⁄8 + 2 7⁄8 =
7 2⁄8 

7 4⁄16 + 2 14⁄16 =
10 1⁄8 
8 2⁄8 + 2 2⁄8 =
10 1⁄2 
5 2⁄12 + 2 9⁄12 =
7 11⁄12 

6 5⁄12 + 2 6⁄12 =
8 11⁄12 
8 1⁄4 + 2 3⁄4 =
11 
3 3⁄12 + 2 7⁄12 =
5 5⁄6 

5 13⁄15 + 2 7⁄15 =
8 1⁄3 
9 1⁄8 + 2 3⁄8 =
11 1⁄2 
10 3⁄7 + 2 3⁄7 =
12 6⁄7 
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The various resources listed below are aligned to the same standard, (4NF03) taken from the CCSM (Common Core Standards For Mathematics) as the Fractions Worksheet shown above.
Understand a fraction a/b with a > 1 as a sum of fractions ...
Similar to the above listing, the resources below are aligned to related standards in the Common Core For Mathematics that together support the following learning outcome:
Build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understandings of operations on whole numbers