Adding And Subtracting Fraction Quizzes & Trivia
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Fractions are different and therefore, how you work out their mathematical problems is also different. Some people find it challenging to work with fractions. How conversant are you with adding and subtracting fractions...
Questions: 18  Attempts: 25804  Last updated: Aug 17, 2020

Sample Question5/10 + 4/10=
Adding and Subtracting Fractions: Please be sure to reduce and write answers as fractions for example; 1 1/2 would be a mixed number.
Questions: 12  Attempts: 995  Last updated: Jan 16, 2013

Sample Question5/6 + 4/12 =
Below is a math trivia quiz on adding and subtracting fractions with decimals! There are some rules that one is expected to follow when it comes to solving math problems surrounding decimals and in this quiz you will get to know...
Questions: 16  Attempts: 316  Last updated: Jan 11, 2021
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Questions: 7  Attempts: 249  Last updated: Nov 5, 2015

Sample QuestionF(x) = 2x ; g(x) = 3x+1What is f(x) + g(x) ?
This is a quiz for students to take that will test their knowledge about Adding and Subtraction Fractions.
Questions: 5  Attempts: 78  Last updated: Jan 11, 2013

Sample Question2/4 + 1/4 = ?
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Sample QuestionIn the equation x + 3 = 6, what must be done to both sides of the equal marks to solve for the value of x?
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Questions: 14  Attempts: 166  Last updated: Jul 30, 2011

Sample QuestionGet a common denominator for the following fractions and order them from least to greatest. 1 1/2, 2/3, 4/9.
This will help you prepare for Tuesday's quiz. Remember to write all answers in simplest form. Change improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Questions: 10  Attempts: 135  Last updated: Nov 25, 2012

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