# ISEE Middle Level Math : Fractions

## Example Questions

### Example Question #222 : Numbers And Operations

Find the equivalent of .

Explanation:

To solve divide:

Another way to solve is to reduce the fraction by removing the greatest common factor.

We can then convert so that the denominator is a multiple of ten.

Twenty-five over one hundred, or twenty-five-hundredths, is equal to .

### Example Question #1111 : Isee Middle Level (Grades 7 8) Mathematics Achievement

Find the decimal equivalent of .

Explanation:

To solve divide:

Another way to solve is to reduce the fraction by removing the greatest common factor.

We can then convert so that the denominator is a multiple of ten.

Five over ten, or five-tenths, is equal to .

### Example Question #232 : Numbers And Operations

Solve for :

Explanation:

To solve divide each side by :

### Example Question #81 : Fractions

What is the decimal equivalent of ?

Explanation:

Divide:

Another way to solve is to reduce the fraction by removing the greatest common factor.

Six over ten, or six-tenths, is equal to .

### Example Question #234 : Numbers And Operations

What is the decimal equivalent of ?

Explanation:

Divide:

Another way to solve is to reduce the fraction by removing the greatest common factor.

Nine over ten, or nine-tenths, is equal to .

### Example Question #1121 : Isee Middle Level (Grades 7 8) Mathematics Achievement

What is the decimal equivalent of ?

Explanation:

Divide:

Another way to solve is to alter the fraction to get one hundred in the denominator.

Sixteen over one hundred, or sixteen-hundredths, is equal to .

### Example Question #87 : Fractions

What is the decimal equivalent of ?

None of these

Explanation:

Divide:

Any fraction that has an equal numerator and denominator is equal to .

### Example Question #81 : Fractions

What is the decimal equivalent of ?

None of these

Explanation:

Divide:

Another way to solve is to reduce the fraction by removing the greatest common factor.

Three over two, or three-halves, is equal to .

### Example Question #237 : Numbers And Operations

Solve:

Explanation:

First find the individual square roots:

Then solve:

### Example Question #90 : Fractions

What is the decimal equivalent of ?