# ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : How to add

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Use Addition And Subtraction Within 100 To Solve Word Problems Involving Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.B.5

The wall is  inches taller than the lamp. The lamp is  inches tall. How tall is the wall?

inches

inches

inches

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inches

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #501 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

The room is  inches longer than the rug. The rug is  inches long. How long is the room?

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in length from the question. The rug is  inches long and room is  inches longer than the rug,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the rug's length to find out how long the room is.

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

The room is  inches longer than the table. The table is  inches long. How long is the room?

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in length from the question. The table is  inches long and room is  inches longer than the table,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the table's length to find out how long the room is.

### Example Question #501 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

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

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

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 #502 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

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

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

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 #503 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

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

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in length from the question. The pillow is  inches long and couch is  inches longer than the pillow,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the pillow's length to find out how long the couch is.

### Example Question #504 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

The wall is  inches taller than the lamp. The lamp is  inches tall. How tall is the wall?

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #51 : Measurement & Data

The room is  inches longer than the rug. The rug is  inches long. How long is the room?

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

inches

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in length from the question. The rug is  inches long and room is  inches longer than the rug,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the rug's length to find out how long the room is.

### Example Question #2141 : Numbers And Operations

The room is  inches longer than the table. The table is  inches long. How long is the room?

inhces

inhces

inches

inches

inches

inhces

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we have the difference in length from the question. The table is  inches long and room is  inches longer than the table,  is our difference. We can add our difference to the table's length to find out how long the room is.

### Example Question #21 : Use Addition And Subtraction Within 100 To Solve Word Problems Involving Lengths: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.B.5

The wall is  centimeters taller than the lamp. The lamp is  centimeters tall. How tall is the wall?

centimeters

centimeters

centimeters

centimeters

centimeters

centimeters

Explanation:

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