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## 10 Sample **ISEE Upper Level** Math Practice Questions

1- Use the following table to answer question below.

This table shows the data Daniel collects while watching birds for one week. How many raptors did Daniel see on Monday?

☐A. 10

☐B. 11

☐C. 12

☐D. 13

2- A floppy disk shows 937,036 bytes free and 739,352 bytes used. If you delete a file of size 652,159 bytes and create a new file of size 599,986 bytes, how many free bytes will the floppy disk have?

☐A. 687,179

☐B. 791,525

☐C. 884,867

☐D. 989,209

3- 5 days 19 hours 35 minutes \(– 3\) days 12 hours 22 minutes \(=\)?

☐A. 3 days 10 hours 13 minutes

☐B. 2 days 7 hours 13 minutes

☐C. 3 days 10 hours 13 minutes

☐D. 2 days 7 hours 23 minutes

4- The base of a right triangle is 2 foot, and the interior angles are \(45-45-90\). What is its area?

☐A. 2 foot squared

☐B. 4 foot squared

☐C. 3.5 foot squared

☐D. 5.5 foot squared

5- Increased by \(50\%\), the numbers 84 becomes:

☐A. 42

☐B. 100

☐C. 126

☐D. 130

6- Which equation represents the statement twice the difference between 6 times h and 3 gives 30.

☐A. \(\frac{6h + 3}{2}= 30\)

☐B. \(6(2h + 3) = 30\)

☐C. \(2(6h – 3) = 30\)

☐D. \(3\frac{6h}{2}= 30\)

7- A circle is inscribed in a square, as shown below.

The area of the circle is \(16π\)cm\(^2\). What is the area of the square?

☐A. \(8 \space \)cm\(^2\)

☐B. \(16 \space \)cm\(^2\)

☐C. \(48 \space \)cm\(^2\)

☐D. \(64 \space \)cm\(^2\)

8- If \(10 + x^{\frac{1}{2}} = 14\), then what is the value of \(15 × x\)?

☐A. 15

☐B. 60

☐C. 120

☐D. 240

9- Triangle ABC is graphed on a coordinate grid with vertices at A \((-3, -2)\), B \((-1, 4)\) and C\( (7, 9)\). Triangle ABC is reflected over \(x\) axes to create triangle A’B’C’.

Which order pair represents the coordinate of C’?

☐A. \((7, 9)\)

☐B. \((-7, -9)\)

☐C. \((-7, 9)\)

☐D. \((7, -9)\)

10- Which set of ordered pairs represents\( y\) as a function of \(x\)?

☐A. \({(3, -2), (3, 7), (9, -8), (4, -7)}\)

☐B. \({(4, 2), (3, -9), (5, 8), (4, 7)}\)

☐C. \({(9, 12), (5, 7), (6, 11), (5, 18)}\)

☐D.\( {(6, 1), (3, 1), (0, 5), (4, 5)}\)

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## Answers:

1- **A**

\(\frac{x+9+14+12+5}{5}=10 → x + 40 = 50 → x = 50 – 40 = 10\)

2- **D**

The difference of the file added, and the file deleted is:

\( 652,159 – 599,986 = 52,173\)

\(937,036 + 52,173 = 989,209\)

3-** B**

5 days 19 hours 35 minutes \(– 3\) days 12 hours 22 minutes \(=\) 2 days 7 hours 13 minutes

4- **A**

Formula of triangle area =\( \frac{1}{2} (base × height)\)

Since the angles are \(45-45-90\), then this is an isosceles triangle, meaning that the base and height of the triangle are equal.

Triangle area = \(\frac{1}{2}\)

(base × height) = \(\frac{1}{2} (2 × 2) = 2\)

5- **C**

\(50\%\) of \(84 = 42\)

\(84 + 42= 126\)

6- **C**

\(2(6h – 3) = 30\)

7- **D**

The area of the circle is \(16π\) cm\(^2\), then, its diameter is 8cm.

\(area \space of \space a \space circle \space = πr^2=16π→r^2=16→r=4\)

Radius of the circle is 4 and diameter is twice of it, 8.

One side of the square equals to the diameter of the circle. Then:

\( Area \space of \space square \space = side×side=8×8=64\)

8- **D**

\(x^\frac{1}{2}\) equals to the root of \(x\). Then:

\(10+x^\frac{1}{2}=14→10+\sqrt x=14→\sqrt x=4→x=16\)

\(x = 16 and 15 × x equals: 15 × 16 = 240\)

9- **D**

When a point is reflected over \(x\) axes, the \((y)\) coordinate of that point changes to \((-y)\) while its \(x\) coordinate remains the same.

\(C (7, 9) → C’ (7, -9)\)

10- **D**

A set of ordered pairs represents \(y\) as a function of \(x\) if:

\( x_1=x_2→y_1=y_2 \)

In choice A: \((3, -2)\) and \((3, 7)\) are ordered pairs with same \(x \)and different \(y\), therefore \(y\) isn’t a function of \(x\).

In choice B:\( (4, 2)\) and\( (4, 7) \)are ordered pairs with same \(x \)and different \(y\), therefore\( y\) isn’t a function of \(x\).

In choice C: \((5, 7)\) and\( (5, 18)\) are ordered pairs with same\( x\) and different\( y\), therefore \(y\) isn’t a function of \(x\).