# ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : How to add

## Example Questions

### Example Question #21 : How To Add

What is the decimal value of x?

Explanation:

The first step is to convert  into decimal form.

To solve this, it is easiest to think of .5 being split into .2 and .3. In this way, the problem can be solved using the method below:

### Example Question #421 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

What is the sum of  rounded to the nearest thousand, and  rounded to the nearest hundred?

Explanation:

rounded to the nearest thousand is , and  rounded to the nearest hundred is

### Example Question #21 : How To Add

What is the sum of the values in the set below?

Explanation:

The first step is to convert the set  into decimal form.

Therefore, the set in decimal form is:

The sum of these numbers is:

### Example Question #425 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

Which of the following is a numerical expression of twenty thousand, four hundred and forty-six?

Explanation:

Twenty thousand is equal to .

Four hundred is equal to .

Forty-six is equal to .

It follows that twenty thousand, four hundred and forty-six is equal to .

### Example Question #422 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

Andy and his friend left school at 3:00. They walked for 10 minutes to a coffee shop, stayed to have their drinks for half an hour, and then spent 20 minutes walking to another friend's house. They stayed at this friend's house for 40 minutes and then left. What time was it when they left their friend's house?

Explanation:

After school, Andy and his friend walked for 10 minutes to a coffee shop, stayed to have their drinks for half an hour, and then spent 20 minutes walking to another friend's house. They stayed at this friend's house for 40 minutes and then left.

This means that the total time (in minutes) they spent on their after school activities so far is equal to .

100 minutes is equal to one hour and 40 minutes.

1 hour and 40 minutes past 3:00 is 4:40.

Therefore, 4:40 is the correct answer.

### Example Question #283 : Measurement & Data

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 two pennies.

### Example Question #427 : 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 two pennies.

### Example Question #1411 : Common Core Math: Grade 2

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 three nickels.

### Example Question #429 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

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 four dimes.

### Example Question #431 : Isee Lower Level (Grades 5 6) Quantitative Reasoning

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