### All ISEE Middle Level Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #11 : Algebra

Simplify:

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**Correct answer:**

Begin by distributing the through the parentheses:

Next, move the like terms next to each other. Remember, treat like it is its own, separate variable.

Finally, combine like terms:

### Example Question #151 : Operations

Simplify:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Combine like terms:

### Example Question #13 : How To Add Variables

Simplify:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Combine like terms:

### Example Question #11 : How To Add Variables

Evaluate

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**Correct answer:**

### Example Question #21 : How To Add Variables

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Add the numbers and keep the variable:

Answer:

### Example Question #11 : Algebra

Simplify:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

First we should simplify the first expression. We can first apply the power of a product rule and then apply the power of a power rule. So we can write:

Return to the original expression:

Since the variables have the same exponents we can write:

### Example Question #41 : Operations

Gina's mom baked 12 cookies. 8 were cinnamon and 4 were chocolate chip. If Gina eats one of the cinnamon cookies, how many more cinnamon cookies are there than chocolate chip?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Gina's mom baked 12 cookies; 8 were cinnamon and 4 were chocolate chip. If Gina then eats a cinnamon cookie, there will be 7 cinnamon cookies left.

After she eats the cookie, we need to find the difference between the number of cinnamon cookies and chocolate chip cookies.

There are 3 more cinnamon cookies than chocolate chip cookies.

### Example Question #161 : Algebraic Concepts

Add in modulo 13 arithmetic.

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**Correct answer:**

In modulo 13 arithmetic, a number is congruent to the remainder of the divison of that number by 13. Since

and

,

,

making the correct response 0.

### Example Question #111 : Ssat Middle Level Quantitative (Math)

Suppose you know the values of all variables in the expression

and you want to evaluate the expression.

In which order will you carry out the operations?

**Possible Answers:**

Subtracting, adding, multiplying

Multiplying, adding, subtracting

Adding, multiplying, subtracting

Multiplying, subtracting, adding

Adding, subtracting, multiplying

**Correct answer:**

Adding, multiplying, subtracting

By the order of operations, the operation within parentheses, which is addition, is carried out first; of the remaining two, multiplication precedes subtraction.

### Example Question #111 : Ssat Middle Level Quantitative (Math)

Suppose you know the values of all variables in the expression

and you want to evaluate the expression.

In which order will you carry out the operations?

**Possible Answers:**

Adding, multiplying, squaring

Multiplying, squaring, adding

Squaring, multiplying, adding

Squaring, adding, multiplying

Multiplying, adding, squaring

**Correct answer:**

Squaring, multiplying, adding

By the order of operations, in the absence of grouping symbols, exponentiation (squaring here) takes precedence, followed by, in order, multiplication and addition.