ISEE Middle Level Quantitative : How to subtract fractions

Example Questions

Example Question #491 : Fractions

Hannah ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Lauren ate  of the pizza. How much more did Lauren eat than Hannah?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #492 : Fractions

Tim ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Jenny ate  of the pizza. How much more did Jenny eat than Tim?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #493 : Fractions

Alison ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. David ate  of the pizza. How much more did David eat than Alison?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #494 : Fractions

Liz ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Steve ate  of the pizza. How much more did Steve eat than Liz?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #495 : Fractions

Jess ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Lisa ate  of the pizza. How much more did Lisa eat than Jess?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #496 : Fractions

Matt ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Sara ate  of the pizza. How much more did Sara eat than Matt?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #497 : Fractions

Megan ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Lindsey ate  of the pizza. How much more did Lindsey eat than Megan?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #498 : Fractions

Todd ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Chris ate  of the pizza. How much more did Chris eat than Todd?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #499 : Fractions

Olivia ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Jeff ate  of the pizza. How much more did Jeff eat than Olivia?

Explanation:

The phrase, "how much more" tells as that we want to find the difference in how much they ate.

Example Question #500 : Fractions

Melissa ordered a pizza and ate  of the pizza. Charlie ate  of the pizza. How much more did Charlie eat than Melissa?