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Word Problems involving Addition and Subtraction of Fractions




 

Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions.

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.3a, 4.NF.3d, 4.NF.1, 4.MD.2

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NYS Common Core Grade 4 Module 5, Lessons 19


Lesson 19 Concept Development

Problem 4: Use the RDW process to solve a word problem involving the subtraction of fractions.
Mrs. Jones had 1 4/8 pizzas left after a party. After giving some to Gary, she had 7/8 pizza left. What fraction of a pizza did she give Gary?

One way is to rewrite the mixed number as 12/8 and subtract. The other method subtracts from the whole and adds back the fractional part.
Lesson 19 Problem Set 1 & 2

Use the RDW process to solve.
1. Sue ran 9/10 mile on Monday and 7/10 mile on Tuesday. How many miles did Sue run in the 2 days?
2. Mr. Salazar cut his son’s birthday cake into equal pieces. Mr. Salazar, Mrs. Salazar, and the birthday boy each ate 1 piece of cake. What fraction of the cake was left?



Lesson 19 Problem Set 3

3. Maria spent 4/7 of her money on a book and saved the rest. What fraction of her money did Maria save?
Lesson 19 Problem Set 4

4. Mrs. Jones had 1 4/8 pizzas left after a party. After giving some to Gary, she had 7/8 pizza left? What fraction of a pizza did she give Gary?


 
Lesson 19 Problem Set 5

5. A baker had 2 pans of corn bread. He served 1 1/4 pans. What fraction of a pan was left?

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