### All ISEE Middle Level Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #431 : Arithmetic

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Add the numerators:

### Example Question #432 : Arithmetic

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Add the numerators and leave the denominators the same:

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### Example Question #433 : Arithmetic

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Add the numerators and leave the denominators the same:

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### Example Question #431 : Arithmetic

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Add the numerators and leave the denominators the same:

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### Example Question #1371 : Isee Middle Level (Grades 7 8) Mathematics Achievement

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Add the numerators and leave the denominators the same:

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### Example Question #331 : Fractions

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### Example Question #332 : Fractions

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### Example Question #481 : Numbers And Operations

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Add the numerators and leave the denominators the same:

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### Example Question #41 : How To Add Fractions

Which of the following is the sum of sixty-seven tenths, sixty-seven hundredths, and sixty-seven ten-thousandths?

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Sixty-seven tenths, sixty-seven hundredths, and sixty-seven ten-thousandths can be rewritten as 6.7, 0.67, and 0.0067, respectively. Add, appending zeroes at the end of each number as needed:

### Example Question #66 : How To Add Fractions

Which of the following is the sum of two fifths, one fourth, and three tenths?

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We must express the three fractions as their equivalents with a common denominator. Since , we rewrite each fraction in terms of twentieths, then add as follows: