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ISEE Lower Level

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Reject

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Nag

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Nutritious

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Renew

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Superb

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Particle

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Novel

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Elongate

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Solemnly

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Uproot

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Seldom

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Adhesive

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Liberate

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Viewpoint

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Vigilance

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It is the natural beauty of Glacier County, with its waterfalls and snow-covered meadows, that ______ the thousands of tourists, hikers, and campers who visit each year.

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17. Allergies are usually abnormal reactions to ------- substances such as dust, pollen, and animal dander.

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To reach maturity, a seagoing loggerhead turtle must survive many ------- , such as attacks by gulls and hungry fish.

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Although Roman political life was centered in the cities, most Romans lived in the ----- , growing crops, tending vines, or cultivating olive groves

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Anne Sullivan showed her ------- as Helen Keller’s teacher by working with her day and night to help her overcome her disabilities.

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Like many other medical conditions, malnutrition is often easier to ------ before its occurrence than to treat after its onset.

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Hannah Moore, an English writer, was best known for her --------- , works whose characters endured extremely sorrowful circumstances.

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The many types of fish and mammals displayed in the exhibit at the aquarium demonstrate the remarkable ------ of marine life

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Although there were other contributing factors, the ------- cause of industrial growth was the flood of new inventions in eighteenth-century England

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Although once ------ in Africa, cheetah populations have been greatly reduced due to hunting, loss of habitat, and decline of the cheetah’s prey.

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Most artists begin training early in life, but Anna Mary “Grandma” Moses ------

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Since the students looked puzzled, their ------

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The movie provided no moral instruction; rather, it invited us to -----

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Compared to his early paintings, which were usually of lighthearted subjects, the later art of Winslow Homer -----

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Although Frederic Chopin was personally on good terms with most musicians of his day, he ------

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Which story best fits the equation 7 x 5 = 35?

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Alice wrote down a whole number greater than 6 and less than 10. When Jim tried to guess the number, Alice told him it was greater than 8 and less than 12. What is Alice’s number?

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Use the equations to answer the question.

5 + p = 6

3 + q = 6

What is the sum of p + q ?

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Nisha and Alex were riding their bikes at the same speed on a bike path. It took Nisha 20 minutes to ride 4 miles. How long did it take Alex to ride 12 miles?

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Which is the largest fraction?

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If *x *can be divided by both 3 and 5 without leaving a remainder, then *x *can also be divided by which number without leaving a remainder?

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The perimeter of a square is 8*s*. What is the length of one side?

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Which is a value of *x *in the math equation 15 = 3*x *+ 3?

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A cat had a litter of 4 kittens. Two of the kittens weighed 2 1/2 ounces each, 1 kitten weighed 3 ounces, and 1 kitten weighed 4 ounces. What is the mean weight of the kittens from the litter?

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In a warehouse, there are 687 boxes with 36 candles in each box. Which expression gives the best estimate of the total number of candles in the warehouse?

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The ingredients in the recipe were evenly mixed and equally divided into 5 bags.

RECIPE

10 cups of crisp corn cereal

7 cups of pretzel sticks

2 cups of raisins

3 cups of chocolate chips

1 cup of sunflower seeds

Approximately how many cups of the mixture were placed in each bag?

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The scale on Tanji’s map shows that 1.2 inches represents 10 miles. How many inches would it take to represent 25 miles?

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Ms. Hammond put the names of all her students in a hat. The probability that she will pull out a boy’s name at random is 3 out of 7. There are 12 girls in the class. How many boys are in Ms. Hammond’s class?

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Which equation can be read as “2 more than 6 times a number is equal to 10 less than the number”? Let n represent the unknown number.

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Kara has a box of chocolates with different cream fillings: caramel, vanilla, cinnamon, orange, and cocoa. The probability of choosing a chocolate filled with caramel is 4 out of 9. Which combination of chocolates is possible?

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Josh did the problem shown with his

51 x 743 / 25

What is a reasonable estimation for his answer?

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What is the value of *n *in the expression:

30(15+45)/3 = n

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The primary purpose of the passage is to

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The passage states that the slaves filled which role on the Underground Railroad?

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In line 36, “Fugitive” most nearly means

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According to the passage, how did Frederick Douglass’ job change in 1850?

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The passage provides information to answer which question?

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Which best expresses the main idea of the passage?

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Which best characterizes plant life as it is described in the passage?

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The author implies that a good place to look for seeds of plants that no longer grow in the city would be

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In the fifth paragraph (lines 27–36), the author implies that the return of life to a vacant lot would be held back if

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The function of the last paragraph (lines 37– 40) is to

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The passage is primarily concerned with describing

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In line 18, “disembarked” most nearly means

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Which can be inferred from the last sentence (lines 22–24)?

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The passage supplies information to answer which question?

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According to the author, a group of students did not get off the subway at the appropriate station because

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The main purpose of the passage is to describe how

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The author’s attitude toward ants is best described as one of

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The author turned the dinner plate upside down (lines 12 – 13) in order to

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By saying that such encouragement was not “good for our relationship” (lines 27–28), the author is suggesting that the ants could become

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In line 30, “forage” most nearly means to

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A total of 28 students were asked which one of three snacks—ice cream, popsicles, or frozen yogurt—they preferred. If 17 students said they preferred ice cream, and 4 students said they preferred popsicles, how many students said they preferred frozen yogurt?

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What is the name of a rectangle with sides of equal length?

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What is the standard form for two hundred three thousand forty-nine?

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What is the value of the expression 308 + 197?

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Which expression is equal to 20?

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Which fraction is equivalent to 0.4?

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What is the value of the expression 2,000 – 165?

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If 2 x (□ + 4) = 22, what number does □ stand for?

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Chris buys five items costing $3.49, $11.99, $0.50, $2.99, and $16.99. What is the estimated total cost of Chris’ items?

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Lake Superior has an area of about 31,700 mi. Which lake has an area closest to 1/3 that of Lake Superior?

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Use the set of numbers shown to answer the question.

{2, 3, 5, 7, 11, …}

Which describes this set of numbers?

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If the area of a rectangle is 20 cm^{2}, which equation can be used to determine the width of that rectangle? (*A = lw*, where *A *= Area, *l =*length, and *w *= width.)

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Which fraction is between 1/2 and 9/10?

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Use the number sequence to answer the question.

2, 4, 8, 14, 22, 32, ___

What is the next number in the sequence?

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What is the sum of 2.9+1.7?

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What is the perimeter of a rectangle that has a length of 8 inches and a width of 5 inches? (P = 2l + 2w)

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Terry had 5 5/8 feet of wire. He used 3 3/4 feet of the wire to make a lamp. How many feet does he have left?

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