Adding Whole Numbers & Fractions


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Sally ate 2 candy bars and Sam ate 3/4 of a candy bar. How much did they eat together?

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1. Tom drank 3 cups of lemonade and John drank 5/3 cups of lemonade. How much did they drink together?

2. Solve: 7 + 12/13

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess your understanding of and ability to solve problems that require you to add whole numbers and fractions with this quiz and worksheet combo. You'll be given sample problems and asked to find the total.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet review what you know about:

  • Combining whole numbers and proper fractions
  • Converting whole numbers to fractions
  • Adding with improper fractions

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use what you know about adding whole numbers and fractions to solve problems
  • Distinguishing differences - revisit what you know about proper and improper fractions and the differences involved when adding them to whole numbers
  • Information recall - use your understanding of how to add improper fractions to whole numbers

Additional Learning

Find a more comprehensive review of this topic in the lesson, Adding Whole Numbers & Fractions. This lesson covers:

  • The definitions of whole numbers and fractions
  • Ways of identifying and adding proper fractions
  • What an improper fraction is and how to add it to a whole number
  • Why and how to find the common denominator