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Fraction Word Problems Worksheet




Objective: I can solve fraction word problems.

Follow these steps to help you solve the fraction word problems.

Step 1. Is it a problem in addition or subtraction?
Step 2. Do you need to find a common denominator?
Step 3. Can you simplify or reduce the answer?

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A group of people were standing in line. 3/8 of the people were boys and 1/4 of the people were girls. How much of the group was made up of boys and girls?

Answer:

How much of the group was not boys or girls?

Answer:



Jane and Jerry were counting the months until their birthdays. Jane said 3/4 of the year would pass before it was her birthday. Jerry said he only needed to wait 1/3 of the year. How much longer did Jane have to wait than Jerry?

Answer: of the year

Change your answer to ‘how many’ months.

Answer: months


Bill ran around 2/3 of the track. Josh ran around 5/6 of the track. How much farther did Josh run than Bill?

Answer: of the track


A box of paper clips fell on the floor. Betty picked up 2/5 of the paper clips and Joanne picked up 3/10. How many of the paper clips did they pick up altogether?

Answer: of the paper clips

How many were still on the floor?

Answer: of the paper clips




 

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