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32) Hattie read (2/11) of her book on Monday, (1/11) of her book on Tuesday

Question : 32) Hattie read (2/11) of her book on Monday, (1/11) of her book on Tuesday : 2151889

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Combine. Simplify the answer.

1) (10/58) + (11/58)

A) (20/58)

B) (22/59)

C) (20/57)

D) (21/58)

2) (5/8) - (4/8)

A) (1/4)

B) (1/8)

C) (1/2)

D) (3/16)

3) (5/21) - (1/21)

A) (1/2)

B) (1/3)

C) (4/21)

D) (4/7)

4) (7/9) + (1/9)

A) (9/10)

B) (7/9)

C) (8/9)

D) (7/8)

5) (44/55) - (32/55)

A) 1(21/55)

B) (12/55)

C) 25(3/5)

D) (6/55)

6) (7/15) + (1/15) + (2/15)

A) (10/45)

B) (2/3)

C) (14/3375)

D) (14/15)

7) (32/25) + (36/25) + (32/25)

A) (1/3)

B) 4

C) 3

D) (96/25)

Find the LCD of the list of fractions.

8) (6/7), (3/5)

A) 5

B) 35

C) 12

D) 7

9) (2/3), (7/15)

A) 3

B) 45

C) 18

D) 15

10) (1/50), (5/35)

A) 5

B) 350

C) 85

D) 1750

11) (1/10), (1/6), (3/5)

A) 15

B) 6

C) 30

D) 10

12) (1/60) , (1/36) , (5/60)

A) 120

B) 360

C) 180

D) 72

Combine. Simplify the answer.

13) (3/5) + (3/10)

A) (9/10)

B) (2/5)

C) (23/25)

D) (3/5)

14) (3/14) + (4/13)

A) (7/27)

B) (95/27)

C) (7/182)

D) (95/182)

15) (7/11) + (4/10) + (1/9)

A) (4/165)

B) 18(14/15)

C) 1(73/495)

D) (2/5)

16) (5/6) - (3/9)

A) (1/27)

B) (1/2)

C) (9/2)

D) (1/3)

17) (1/7) - (1/13)

A) (6/91)

B) (6/7)

C) (1/7)

D) (1/91)

18) (5/7) - (1/2)

A) (3/14)

B) (4/9)

C) (4/7)

D) (1/7)

19) (4/5) - (3/20)

A) (7/10)

B) (13/20)

C) (1/20)

D) (3/5)

20) (7/9) - (1/12)

A) (25/36)

B) (1/2)

C) (2/3)

D) (13/18)

21) (8/15) - (1/20)

A) (27/60)

B) (1/2)

C) (7/15)

D) (29/60)

22) (7/18) + (5/6) - (6/3)

A) - (22/9)

B) (29/9)

C) - (7/9)

D) - (13/18)

23) 14(2/5) + 6(2/7)

A) 20(24/35)

B) 21(24/35)

C) 14(24/35)

D) 19(24/35)

24) 20(1/8) + 3(1/5)

A) 20(13/40)

B) 22(13/40)

C) 23(13/40)

D) 24(13/40)

25) 5(5/8) + 7(3/8)

A) 13(7/8)

B) 12

C) 3(7/8)

D) 13

26) 15(2/3) + 5(1/6)

A) 20(5/6)

B) 21(5/6)

C) 19(5/6)

D) 15(5/6)

27) 16(1/5) + 15(1/6)

A) 16(11/30)

B) 30(11/30)

C) 32(11/30)

D) 31(11/30)

28) 2(4/7) + (3/21)

A) 2(5/7)

B) 2(4/7)

C) (5/7)

D) 72

29) 10(1/3) - 4(2/3)

A) 5(1/3)

B) 14(2/3)

C) 13(2/3)

D) 5(2/3)

30) 38(2/3) - 25(13/16)

A) 12

B) 12(41/48)

C) 13(41/48)

D) 11(41/48)

31) 20(1/8) - (13/32)

A) 19

B) 20(23/32)

C) 18(23/32)

D) 19(23/32)

Solve. Simplify the answer.

32) Hattie read (2/11) of her book on Monday, (1/11) of her book on Tuesday, and (1/11) of her book on Wednesday. What part of her book has she read?

A) (11/4)

B) (11/7)

C) (4/11)

D) (7/11)

33) The total length of a bicycle race is (5/11) of a mile. Molly has completed (3/11) of a mile. How much does she have left to complete?

A) (5/11) mi

B) (8/11) mi

C) (3/11) mi

D) (2/11) mi

34) Barat walked (3/18) mile to his biology class, (4/18) mile to his art class, (6/18) mile to his calculus class, and then back to his dormitory. If he walked 1 mile altogether, how far did he walk from his calculus class to his dormitory?

A) (13/18) mi

B) (11/18) mi

C) (5/18) mi

D) (1/2) mi

35) The circle graph shows the fraction of books read by grades one through five. What

fraction of books was NOT read by the second and third grades?

A) (39/50)

B) (63/100)

C) (17/20)

D) (37/100)

36) Harry cuts a board 3(3/7) feet long from one 7 feet long. How long is the remaining piece?

A) 4(3/7) feet

B) 3(5/7) feet

C) 3(3/7) feet

D) 3(4/7) feet

37) Chris rode her bicycle 11(1/4) miles on Tuesday. On Thursday, she rode 7(3/5) miles. What was her total biking distance for those two days?

A) 19(17/20) miles

B) 17(17/20) miles

C) 18(17/20) miles

D) 11(17/20) miles

38) Jerry caught a fish that weighed 16(2/9) pounds. Pat caught a fish that weighed 6(4/9) pounds. How much more did Jerry's fish weigh than Pat's fish?

A) 9(6/9) pounds

B) 21(7/9) pounds

C) 9(7/9) pounds

D) 22(7/9) pounds

39) Angie is wrapping a present for her nephew. She has a roll of wrapping paper that has 10 feet of wrapping paper on the roll. She uses 8(8/9) feet to wrap the present. How many feet of wrapping paper are left on the roll?

A) 1(1/9) feet

B) 9(1/9) feet

C) 2(8/9) feet

D) 2(1/9) feet

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