# ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : How to identify fractions

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts is shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #1 : Understand A Fraction: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.1

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #3 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #4 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #5 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #6 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #1 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #8 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #9 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?

Explanation:

The circle is split up into  equal parts.  of the parts are shaded green, which means  of the circle is green.

### Example Question #10 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction of the circle is green?