ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : Operations with fractions and whole numbers

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Example Questions

Example Question #121 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

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Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #122 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #123 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #124 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #125 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #126 : Operations With Fractions And Whole Numbers

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we add mixed numbers, we add whole numbers to whole numbers and fractions to fractions. 

Remember, when we are adding fractions we must have common denominators and we only add the numerators. 

Example Question #1609 : Ssat Middle Level Quantitative (Math)

 

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When we subtract mixed numbers, we subtract whole numbers by whole numbers and fractions by fractions. 

Remember, when we are subtracting fractions we must have common denominators and we only subtract the numerators. 

Example Question #1610 : Ssat Middle Level Quantitative (Math)

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we subtract mixed numbers, we subtract whole numbers by whole numbers and fractions by fractions. 

Remember, when we are subtracting fractions we must have common denominators and we only subtract the numerators. 

Example Question #61 : How To Subtract Fractions

 

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Explanation:

When we subtract mixed numbers, we subtract whole numbers by whole numbers and fractions by fractions. 

Remember, when we are subtracting fractions we must have common denominators and we only subtract the numerators. 

Example Question #62 : How To Subtract Fractions

 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

When we subtract mixed numbers, we subtract whole numbers by whole numbers and fractions by fractions. 

Remember, when we are subtracting fractions we must have common denominators and we only subtract the numerators. 

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