ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : How to add

Example Questions

Example Question #492 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

If I have  pennies and  nickels, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each penny is worth  and each nickel is worth

We have six pennies and three nickels.

Example Question #493 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

If I have  pennies and quarter, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each penny is worth  and each quarter is worth

We have three pennies and one quarter.

Example Question #61 : Solve Word Problems Involving Money: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.C.8

If I have  nickels and  dimes, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each nickel is worth  and each dime is worth .

We have three nickels and three dimes.

Example Question #491 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

If I have  quarter and  nickels, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each quarter is worth  and each nickel is worth .

We have one quarter and two nickels.

Example Question #491 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

If I have  dimes and  pennies, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each dime is worth  and each penny is worth .

We have five dimes and five pennies.

Example Question #497 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

If I have  dimes and  pennies, how many cents do I have?

Explanation:

Each dime is worth  and each penny is worth

We have three dimes and eight pennies.

Example Question #71 : Solve Word Problems Involving Money: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.C.8

If I have  dollar bills,  nickels, and  dimes, how much money do I have?

Explanation:

Each dollar bill is worth , each nickel is worth  and each dime is worth .

We have  dollar bills,  nickels, and  dimes.

When we add dollars and cents, we add dollars to dollars and cents to cents.

We have  and  which is written as

Example Question #31 : Measurement & Data

David is  inches taller than Alison. Alison is  inches tall. How tall is David?

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Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in height from the question. Alison is  inches tall and David is  inches taller than her,  is our difference. We can add our difference to Alison's height to find out how tall David is.

Example Question #2 : Use Addition And Subtraction Within 100 To Solve Word Problems Involving Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.B.5

The fence is  inches taller than the grill. The grill is  inches. How tall is the fence?

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Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in height from the question. The grill is  inches tall and fence is  inches taller than the grill,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the grill's height to find out how tall the fence is.

Example Question #3 : Use Addition And Subtraction Within 100 To Solve Word Problems Involving Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.B.5

The couch is  inches longer than the pillow. The pillow is  inches long. How long is the couch?

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