# Common Core: 4th Grade Math : Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators: CCSS.Math.Content.4.NF.B.3c

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Add And Subtract Mixed Numbers With Like Denominators: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.B.3c

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #1 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

can be reduced by dividing  to both sides.

### Example Question #3 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #4 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #1 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #6 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #7 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #2 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.

### Example Question #9 : Adding Mixed Numbers

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions.

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators.