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Objective: I can solve two-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of mixed numbers.

“Fraction Word Problems” Worksheets:

Fraction Word Problems (Add, Subtract)

2-Step Fraction Word Problems (Add, Subtract)

1-Step Mixed Number Word Problems (Add, Subtract)

2-Step Mixed Number Word Problems (Add, Subtract)

Solving mixed number word problems involves applying arithmetic operations to mixed numbers in real-world situations.

Steps to Solve Mixed Number Word Problems:

- Carefully read the word problem to understand what it is asking.

Identify the quantities, units of measurement, and any other relevant details. - Determine what information is given in the problem and what is known.

Identify the different steps or components of the problem. - Identify what the problem is asking you to find. This may involve finding intermediate values or the final solution.
- Decide on a strategy to solve the problem. This may involve breaking the problem into smaller steps, converting mixed numbers to improper fractions, performing arithmetic operations, or applying other problem-solving techniques.
- Follow your plan and perform the necessary calculations to solve each step of the problem.

Use arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as needed. - After solving each step, check your answer to ensure it makes sense and matches the problem’s requirements.

Re-read the problem to verify that you have answered each part correctly. - Clearly state your final answer in the context of the problem.

Use proper units and labels if applicable.

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