Audrey ran 2 1/6 miles yesterday. Today, she ran 1 3/6 miles. Tomorrow, she plans on running 1 4/6 miles less than yesterday and today combined. How many miles will Audrey run tomorrow?

Add the first 2 terms (2 1/6 and 1 3/6) by adding the whole term and fractional term to get 3 4/6, then subtract 1 4/6 by subtracting 1 from 3 and 4/6 from 4/6 to get 2 0/6, which is just 2.

Answer:

2 miles

Step-by-step explanation:

Add the first 2 terms (2 1/6 and 1 3/6) by adding the whole term and fractional term to get 3 4/6, then subtract 1 4/6 by subtracting 1 from 3 and 4/6 from 4/6 to get 2 0/6, which is just 2.