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Classwork

1) * 6 4

2) * A baker poured 4 pounds of oats equally into 3 bags. What is the weight of each

bag?

much paper does each teacher receive?

7 84

4) 7)

2 11

15 228

5) 8)

4 5

42 632

6) 9)

5 12

Homework

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10) * 4 6

11) * A baker poured 3 pounds of oats equally into 4 bags. What is the weight of each

bag?

12) * A principal evenly distributes 8 reams of copy paper to 6 fifth-grade teachers. How

much paper does each teacher receive?

6

13) 5

23

14) 3

74

15) 9

94

16) 12

635

17) 3

743

18) 15

Classwork

1

Find the Least Common Denominator between 3 and each of the following fractions:

1 3

19) 2 21) 4

4 3

20) 5 22) 7

2

Find the Least Common Denominator between 7 and each of the following fractions:

NJ Center for Teaching and Learning ~2~ www.njctl.org

1 3

23) 2 25) 4

4 1

24) 5 26) 11

3

Find the Least Common Denominator between 10 and each of the following fractions:

1 3

27) 2 29) 4

4 3

28) 5 30) 7

Homework

1

Find the Least Common Denominator between 5 and each of the following fractions:

2 1

31) 3 33) 10

4 3

32) 9 34) 11

5

Find the Least Common Denominator between 6 and each of the following fractions:

1 4

35) 2 37) 5

2 7

36) 9 38) 12

5

Find the Least Common Denominator between 16 and each of the following fractions:

3 5

39) 4 41) 12

2 1

40) 3 42) 8

Classwork

1 1 7 5

43) 8 46) 8

4 6

3 3 3 2

44) 7 47) 7

8 5

2 2 5 4

45) 3 48) 9

5 7

19 73 6 7

49) 21 50) 11

84 15

3 2 3

51) 5 , ,

3 4

4 7 9

52) 5 , ,

9 10

Homework

3 3 5 3

55) 59) 22

4 5 11

4 7 7 22

56) 5 60) 13

9 39

3 1 3 4

57) 14 61) 13

6 17

2 4 1 1

58) 5 62)

11 7 5

3 2 1

63) 8 , ,

5 4

5 7 9

64) 7 , ,

9 11

Classwork

1 1 3 5

65) + 69) +

2 3 10 12

1 2 5 3

66) + 70) +

3 5 6 7

1 2 3 12

67) 4

+ 3

71) +

10 20

2 5 1 3

68) + 72) +

5 6 6 9

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12 2 12 6

73) + 74) +

18 6 15 12

75) Samantha ate 4/5 of her pizza and tony ate 1/3 of the pizza. How much pizza did

the two eat together?

76) Francine ran 4/5 of a mile, stopped for a break, and ran 1/8 of a mile. How many

miles did Francine run altogether?

Homework

1 3 5 7

77) + 82) +

4 5 13 11

2 3 4 2

78) + 83) +

6 7 10 7

2 4 11 15

79) + 84) +

8 9 12 22

2 2 4 6

80) + 85) +

5 7 10 16

3 7 20 30

81) + 86) +

8 12 100 150

87) Aunt Margaret ate 1/2 of the Thanksgiving pie, and Uncle Mark ate 2/5 of the pie.

How much of the pie did they eat together?

88) In 30 seconds, Michael swam 5/6 of a kilometer, and then he swam another 4/9 of

a kilometer. How much of a kilometer did he swim in that time?

Classwork

7 3 7 4

89) 91)

10 5 9 7

3 2 5 1

90) 92)

4 3 7 5

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11 2 15 7

93) 96)

12 9 20 12

7 3 11 7

94) 97)

8 5 12 15

6 3 70 30

95) 98)

11 10 120 90

99) A recipe needs 3/4 teaspoon black pepper and 1/7 teaspoon salt. How much more

black pepper does the recipe need than salt?

100) Jonathan lives 3/8 mile from the Museum of Natural History. Sylvia lives 1/4 mile

from the same museum. How much closer is Sylvia from the museum?

Homework

7 3 23 7

101) 106)

8 7 25 10

6 3 23 3

102) 107)

7 5 40 8

4 1 17 7

103) 108)

5 3 20 12

6 5 8 22

104) 109)

7 97 10 55

8 2 90 30

105) 110)

14 10 160 120

111) A recipe needs 3/7 teaspoon of vanilla bean extract and 1/4 teaspoon of cocoa

powder. How much more vanilla bean extract does the recipe call for than cocoa

powder?

112) Richard lives 1/9 of a mile away from Times Square. Maria lives 4/5 of a mile

away from Times Square. How many miles closer is Richard than Maria?

Classwork

Add the following mixed numbers. Simplify the sum to lowest terms:

1 1 5 3

113) 1 2 + 2 118) 3 7 + 2

3 8

1 2 3 11

114) 1 3 + 3 5 119) 9 12 + 5 20

1 1 1 4

115) 4 4 + 5 120) 6 11 + 4 9

7

2 3 1 5

116) 8 9 + 1 121) 2 10 + 3

5 16

1 5 3 16

117) 110 + 2 122) 3 24 + 11

12 32

1 1

123) Mary is preparing for a final exam. She studied 3 4 hours on Saturday and 2 5

hours on Sunday. How many hours did she study over the weekend?

7 4

124) During the pie eating contest, Jenna ate 9 8 apple pie, and then she ate 2 5

pumpkin pie. How much pie did Jenna eat altogether?

Homework

Add the following mixed numbers. Simplify the sum to lowest terms:

1 3 4 11

125) 1 4 + 2 5 130) 2 9 + 3 12

1 3 17 5

126) 36 + 2 131) 10 30 + 1 12

7

3 5 11 5

127) 1 8 + 3 9 132) 7 +

12 16

2 2 1 5

128) 4 7 + 4 5 133) 3 16 + 6 6

1 7 35 30

129) 5 10 + 2 134) 21 105 + 43 70

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1

135) The dog is 7 2 years old. The cat is 2 years older than the dog. How old is the

cat?

2 1

136) Reyna drank 8 3 cups of water and 4 2 cups of milk today. How much fluid did

Reyna have to drink today?

Classwork

Subtract the following mixed numbers. Simplify the difference to lowest terms:

3 1 1

137) 2 1 142) 43 13

4 3 10

2 1 3 1

138) 5 5 2 7 143) 11 8 10 9

7 3 3 3

139) 6 8 1 5 144) 12 4 8 5

14 3 6 8

140) 3 12 3 7 145) 5 10 3 17

3 5 11 2

141) 7 5 4 6 146) 27 12 16 3

3 2

147) Tiana bought 2 7 gallons of paint, but she only used 1 5 gallons of the paint. How

much paint does she have left?

1 3

148) Mr. Ramirezs dog is 5 2 years old. His cat is 2 4 years younger than the dog. How

old is the cat?

Homework

Subtract the following mixed numbers. Simplify the difference to lowest terms:

2 1 15 6

149) 3 5 1 4 154) 13 20 11 24

2 1 13 6

150) 4 5 2 3 155) 41 20 30 15

7 2 3

151) 5 10 3 9 156) 15 6 5

1 12 5 7

152) 6 6 5 21 157) 7 8 2 15

4 1 33 7

153) 7 9 7 6 158) 79 50 56 20

2 1

159) Of his 2 3 chocolate bars, Joey gave his sister 1 5. How much does he have left?

4

160) In her garden, the grandma planted 3 9 rows of seeds. The groundhog came

1

along and ate 1 2 rows of the seeds. How many rows of seeds are left?

a. Product c. Difference

b. Sum d. Quotient

instigator numerator

a. c.

denominator denominator

denominator numerator

b. d.

numerator instigator

2

163) Which of the following fractions are equivalent to 3?

2 4

a. c.

6 9

1 4

b. d.

3 6

3

164) Which of the following fractions are NOT equivalent to 4?

9 5

a. c.

12 7

6 15

b. d.

8 20

35

165) Which of the following fractions are equivalent to ?

50

7 30

a. c.

10 40

3 50

b. d.

5 35

166) Which set of fractions is equivalent?

2 4 4 8

a. = c. =

6 10 6 10

3 1 5 6

b. = d. =

6 2 6 5

10

167) How would you write 30 in lowest terms?

2 3

a. c.

6 10

5 1

b. d.

15 3

3 5

a. c.

4 10

2 12

b. d.

6 16

6 15

a. c.

10 16

14 25

b. d.

18 30

22

170) In mixed numbers, is written as

5

2 2

a. 4 5 c. 20 5

2 1

b. 5 5 d. 22 5

13

171) In mixed numbers, is written as

3

3 2

a. 1 3 c. 4 3

1 1

b. 4 3 d. 13 3

1

172) Which of the following shows 5 2 as an improper fraction?

51 15

a. c.

2 2

11 1

b. d.

2 10

5

173) Which of the following shows 2 8 as an improper fraction?

21 7

a. c.

8 8

12 5

b. d.

8 16

174) Which of the following fractions is the largest?

2 4

a. c.

3 5

3 5

b. d.

4 10

5 7

a. c.

8 16

4 21

b. d.

9 45

1 2

a. c.

8 20

1 3

b. d.

15 30

4 7

a. c.

5 8

9 5

b. d.

10 6

3 3

178) +

5 5

3

a. 5

6

b. 5

3

c. 10

6

d. 10

2 2

179) +

3 5

16

a. 15

4

b. 5

4

c. 8

16

d. 8

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1 1

180) 2 6 + 1 3

1

a. 3 3

1

b. 3 2

1

c. 3 9

2

d. 3 6

4 1

181) 4 5 2 2

1

a. 1

2

1

b. 2 2

3

c. 2 3

3

d. 2 10

182) The apple pie recipe calls for 3/4 cup of cinnamon and 5/6 cup of powdered

sugar. How much spice will the recipe call for all together?

183) Tina ate 5/14 of the cookie cake, and Margaret ate 3/7 of the cookie cake. How

much of the cookie cake did the two eat together?

184) Aliesa ran 2 1/5 mile, and Jackie ran 5 3/8 of a mile. How much farther did Jackie

run?

185) Billy fed his dog 2/7 of a can of dog food everyday. After his vet said the dog was

under weight, Billy started adding 2/15 can of dog food to his normal portion. How

much dog food is eaten now?

186) While cleaning the laundry room, Taylor realized she only has 1/20 of laundry

detergent left when last week she had 3/5. How much detergent did Taylor use in a

week?

187) While on vacation, the Dover family spent 1/9 of their budget on souvenirs and

2/5 of their budget on food. How much of their budget has the family spent already?

188) Buzz Lightyear traveled 4/5 of a lightyear in 5 minutes. He traveled another 1 5/9

lightyears after resting. How many lightyears did Buzz fly altogether?

189) Freddy and Shranya went apple picking. Freddy picked 8 1/6 of a barrel of gala

apples, and Shranya picked 14 7/8 of a barrel. How many more barrels did Shranya

pick than Freddy?

190) Sam and Dean ate 8/9 of a gallon of ice cream. Sam ate 1/2 of the ice cream.

How much did Dean eat?

191) Lori measured 4 1/6 feet at the doctors. Her brother measured 5 1/7 feet. How

many feet taller is Loris brother than Lori?

Extended Constructed Response Questions

200) In order to buy wall paper, Abbey needed to find the perimeter of her

bedroom. She measured each of the following lengths of her walls.

East wall: 10 ft North Wall: 12 ft West Wall: 10 ft South Wall: 8 ft

Her sister Annas room is a square of walls that are 10 ft. Will Anna need to buy

more or less wallpaper than Abbey?

Show all of your work to support your answers.

201) Nick wants to order enough food for his party. He knows small pizzas

come in slices of 6, and medium pizzas come in slices of 8. He wants enough

pizza for each of his friends to have 3 slices.

Write a fraction to show how many slices per medium pizza each of his friends

will eat.

If Nick wants to invite 10 friends over, how many medium pizzas should he

order?

If he wants to order small pizzas instead, how many will he need?

A medium pizza costs $12 and a small pizza costs $9. Which type of pizza

should Nick buy for his party?

Show all of your work to support your answers.

202) To find the volume of a swimming pool, you must multiply the length, width

and depth of the pool together. Michelle wants to find out how much water

she needs to fill her pool. She measured a length of 20 ft, a width of 12 ft

and a depth of 6 ft.

What is the volume of Michelles pool in cubic feet?

1

If she needs to buy 6 3 gallons of water for each cubic foot of space, how many

gallons of water will it take to fill her pool?

Show all of your work to support your answers.

203) For a science project, Ms. States asked each of her students to measure how

much gas they used driving to school each week. The students measured

the amount of gas in fractions of a tank. Mike used of a tank, Jamie used

of a tank, Josh used of a tank, Adam used of a tank and Kate used of a

tank. Show all of your work to support your answers.

Rank the amount of gas used by each student from least to greatest.

What is the total fraction of a gas tank that Mike and Josh used?

Answer Key 1)

12)

2)

13) 1 1/5

14) 7 2/3

15) 8 2/9

16) 7 5/6

17) 211 2/3

3)

18) 49 8/15

19) 6

20) 15

21) 12

22) 21

23) 14

24) 35

4) 3 25) 28

5) 3 3/4 26) 77

6) 8 2/5 27) 10

7) 7 7/11 28) 10

8) 45 3/5 29) 20

9) 52 2/3 30) 70

10) 31) 15

32) 45

33) 10

34) 55

35) 6

36) 36

37) 30

11) 38) 24

39) 16

40) 48

41) 48

42) 16

43) <

44) >

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45) > 95) 27/110

46) > 96) 1/6

47) > 97) 9/20

48) > 98) 1/4

49) > 99) 17/21 teaspoons

50) > 100) 1/8 of a mile

51) 3/4 101) 25/56

52) 9/10 102) 9/35

53) > 103) 7/15

54) > 104) 547/679

55) > 105) 13/35

56) > 106) 11/50

57) < 107) 1/5

58) < 108) 4/15

59) < 109) 2/5

60) < 110) 5/16

61) 2/5 111) 5/28 of a teaspoon

62) 9/11 112) 21/45 of a mile

63) 5/6 113) 3 5/6

64) 11/15 114) 4 11/15

65) 11/12 115) 9 11/28

66) 1 7/30 116) 9 37/45

67) 43/60 117) 3 31/60

68) 1 11/42 118) 6 5/56

69) 9/10 119) 14 4/5

70) 120) 10 53/99

71) 1 121) 5 33/80

72) 1 3/10 122) 14 5/8

73) 1 2/15 pizzas 123) 5 9/20 hours

74) 37/40 of a mile 124) 12 27/40 pies

75) 17/20 125) 3 17/20

76) 16/21 126) 5 25/42

77) 25/36 127) 4 67/72

78) 24/35 128) 8 24/35

79) 23/24 129) 7 22/45

80) 1 3/143 130) 6 13/36

81) 24/35 131) 11 59/60

82) 1 79/132 132) 8 11/48

83) 31/40 133) 9 43/48

84) 2/5 134) 64 16/21

85) 9/10 of the pie 135) 9 years old

86) 1 5/18 of a km 136) 13 1/6 cups

87) 1/10 137) 1 5/12

88) 1/12 138) 3 9/35

91) 13/63 139) 5 11/40

92) 18/35 140) 31/42

93) 25/36 141) 2 23/30

94) 11/40 142) 29 9/10

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143) 1 19/72 179) a

144) 4 3/20 180) b

145) 2 11/85 181) d

146) 11 1/4 182)1 7/12 teaspoons

147) 1 1/21 gallons 182) 11/14 cookie pie

148) 2 years old 183) 3 7/40 miles

149) 2 3/20 184) 4/105 of a can

150) 2 1/15 185) 11/20 detergent

151) 2 43/90 186) 23/45 of the budget

152) 25/42 187) 2 16/45 lightyears

153) 5/18 188) 6 17/24 barrels

154) 2 1/2 189) 7/18 gallon

155) 11 1/4 190) 41/42 feet

156) 8 2/5 191) 59/63

157) 5 19/120 192) 17/24

158) 23 31/100 193) 1 243/413

159) 1 7/15 of chocolate bars 194) 2 15/56

160) 1 17/28 rows 195) 19/30

161) d 196) 4/9

162) c 197) 2 13/30

163) d 198) 6 64/391

164) c 199) Abbeys room perimeter = 41 1/2

165) a feet

166) b Annas room perimeter = 41 1/2

167) c feet

168) a The same amount of wallpaper.

169) c 200) 3/8

170) a 4 large pizzas

171) b 5 medium pizzas

172) b medium pizzas

173) a 201) volume = 1687 5/6 cubic feet

174) c 10,689 11/18 gallons of water

175) a 202) Kate, Jamie, Mike, Adam, Josh

176) b 38/45 of a gas tank

177) a

178) d

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