# Add/sub using number lines (incl mixed numbers) (2,3,4,5,6,8,10,12)

## Interactive practice questions

We are going to calculate $1\frac{1}{2}+2\frac{4}{10}$112+2410.

a

First, complete the number sentence to convert $1\frac{1}{2}$112 into a mixed number with denominator $10$10.

$1\frac{1}{2}=\editable{}\frac{\editable{}}{10}$112=10

b

Next, plot $1\frac{5}{10}$1510 on the number line.

c

Choose the image below that represents the addition for $1\frac{5}{10}+2\frac{4}{10}$1510+2410.

$2\frac{4}{10}$2410
A
$2\frac{5}{10}$2510
B
$2\frac{3}{10}$2310
C
$2\frac{4}{10}$2410
A
$2\frac{5}{10}$2510
B
$2\frac{3}{10}$2310
C
Easy
Approx a minute
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