## Addition I - Whole Number plus Fraction

Oliver gets $5 in pocket money. His parents give him a ^{4}/_{5} dollar hike.

"Great!", thinks Oliver. "But how much do I get now?"

## Formula: add Fraction plus Whole Number

*When adding a whole number with a fraction, you can write the result directly as a mixed number by simply omitting the plus sign.*

Oliver now gets:

5 Dollar + ^{4}/_{5} Dollar = **5 ^{4}/_{5}** Dollar

## Online Practice: Adding Fractions with Whole Numbers

Here you can practice adding fractions and whole numbers online: Add a Fraction to a Whole Number.

If you have any problems with the exercise, please have a look at the **hint** and the **sample solution** first.

Since there is still some space left on this page, let's do a short review and quickly convert the ^{4}/_{5} Dollar into cents ...

1 Dollar equals 100 cents. We would like to know:

On the page Multiplication I - Fraction multiplied by Whole Number (Baking Cookies) you learned:

Oliver now gets a hike of 80 cents, in total **5,80 Dollar**.