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ISEE Middle Level

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Reluctance

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Solitary

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Keen

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Abruptness

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Feebly

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Unruly

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Insight

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Pacify

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Agile

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Conform

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Episode

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Presume

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Intricate

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Lofty

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Endeavor

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Plume

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Torrid

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Insolently

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Poaching and the loss of rain forest habitat are ----- the gorilla, the chimpanzee, and the orangutan, which are among the world’s best-loved primates.

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Artist Joseph Cornell spent a lot of time scavenging in New York junk shops for the jumble of items from which he ------- his creations.

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Skeptical farmers predicted that George Washington Carver’s experiments with soil improvement would fail, but Carver himself remained --

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Although many climbers have tried to scale Mount Everest, few have succeeded in reaching the ----- of the mountain.

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Indiscriminate cutting of pine, cedar, and oak trees for shipbuilding and charcoal- making in the 1860s left the coastal plain region of southern New Jersey almost completely -----.

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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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Arthur Mitchell’s ------ to establish a ballet school and company that would serve the African American population was fulfilled in 1969 when he formed the Dance Theater of Harlem.

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Scientists know that the elf owl population has adapted very well to the Sonoran Desert because the species is -----.

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The archaeologists wanted to give up after months of fruitless digging and searching for fossils, but the urging of their leader led them to --.

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As the excitement of the holiday festivities began to ------ , the children became calmer and more focused on their schoolwork.

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When engineers discovered that one component of the seat belt mechanism was ------- to malfunction, they altered the design.

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Although ------ the presence of current economic problems, the tribal spokesperson expressed optimism about the future of the Navajo Nation.

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Kareem’s friends are wrong to believe that he is ------ , because he is usually quite willing to compromise.

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Lee was forced to ------- her income by working extra hours at the hospital

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The acting company was ------ by hundreds of requests for auditions for the new production of the play A Raisin in the Sun.

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Although Andrea’s comments on the election were ------- , her friends were still sure they knew how she would vote

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The essay was a ------- collection of confusing details seemingly thrown together at random

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A set of 7 numbers has a mean of 9. What additional number must be included in this set to create a new set with a mean that is 3 less than the mean of the original set?

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Bill has 10 coins, all of which are dimes and quarters. If his dimes were quarters and his quarters were dimes, his coins would total 30 cents more. How many quarters does Bill have? (Note: 1 dime = $.10; 1 quarter = $.25)

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There are 7 same-sized cups filled with water which will be used for watering plants. Fred used 1/3 of each cup of water. Janice used 1/4 of each cup of water. Approximately how many cups of water remain?

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Which number is closest to the square root of 150?

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Joey has a new system of currency using coins, stamps, and chips. The values are shown below.

1 coin = 2 stamps 3 chips = 2 coins

Joey is paying his friend 12 chips. How many stamps is this payment worth?

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Linda is performing an experiment using a random number generator. For each trial, the computer selects a whole number from 1 to 10. What is the probability that the whole numbers selected on the first two trials are both greater than 4?

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A population of 42 fruit flies has increased by 150%. What is the total number of fruit flies after the increase?

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If 4*y *– 1 = 7, then what must 8*y *– 2 equal?

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The original price of a bicycle was $100.00

Column A: The amount saved after a 20% discount

Column B: The amount saved after two separate discounts of 10% and 10%

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To get from Springfield to Wakefield, Mr. Swift can take Back Road for 20 miles at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, or he can take High Road for 25 miles at an average speed of 50 miles per hour.

Column A: Average time the trip takes by Back Road

Column B: Average time the trip takes by High Road

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Column A: The slope of 4x-2y=10

Column B: The slope between (4,4) and (2,8)

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Nine cards numbered 1-9 are put into a bag

Column A: Probability of choosing an even number

Column B: Probability of choosing an odd number

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Which sentence best expresses the main idea of the passage?

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The passage implies birds ignore beetles that look like dewdrops because

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The author describes mimics as those animals that

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In line 32, “vulnerable” most nearly means

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Which sentence best expresses the main point of the last paragraph (lines 49–53)?

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Which sentence best describes the organization of the passage?

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According to the passage, the Great Freeze of 1895 is famous among Florida citrus growers because it

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The passage implies that Keystone City escaped damage in the freeze of 1895 because of the city’s

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According to the passage, which factor contributed to the citrus growers’ ability to salvage at least part of their crop affected by the freeze of 1962?

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In line 28, the word "gelid" most nearly means

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The primary purpose of the second paragraph (lines 23– 45) is to describe

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Which best describes the organization of the passage?

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With which statement about people in conversation would the author be most likely to agree?

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In line 17, “reinforced” most nearly means

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According to the passage, matching postures helps to show that two people

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Which best states the main point of the fourth paragraph (lines 31– 41)?

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In lines 40–41, “adopting an alien posture” can best be interpreted as using a posture that is

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Which best describes the organization of the passage?

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Which sentence best expresses the main point of the passage?

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The passage implies that Lange’s mother influenced Lange primarily by

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According to the passage, Lange left her studio to

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The passage provides information to support which statement?

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Which word best describes the author’s tone when describing Lange?

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The passage supports which statement about Lange?

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One of the main purposes of the passage is to explain

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The “assumption” referred to in line 6 is that

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According to the passage, what did Newton use to demonstrate that his theory of gravity explained the orbit of our Moon?

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In lines 42–43, “in the neighborhood of” most nearly means

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In line 49, the phrase “the other extreme” refers to

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Which best describes the organization of the passage?

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What is the sum of 9,876 + 6,789?

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Which expression is equal to 20?

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Which number has no positive factors except itself and 1?

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Elida scored an average of 10 points in each of the 5 rounds of a game. If her highest score was 18 and the range of her scores was 12, what was her lowest score?

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If *P *= 2 × (*L *+ *W*), what is *P *when *L *is 18 inches and *W *is 10 inches?

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Mr. Garcia asked his students to estimate the answer for the expression (89 × 91) ÷ 800. Which is the closest estimate?

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Which is equivalent to the expression 60(48 + 52) /3 ?

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Today, Josh’s homework assignment increased by one and a half times the amount of homework he was assigned. By what percent did his homework increase?

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There are 4 more girls than boys in Alexander’s class. If there are 8 boys in the class, what fraction of the class is boys?

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The number of calories, *y*, an adult can burn by jumping rope depends upon the number of hours, *x*, spent jumping rope, according to the formula *y *= 250*x *+ 10. What is the meaning of 10 in this formula?

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On a map, 4 centimeters equals 100. If two cities are 10 centimeters apart on the map, what is their actual distance apart?

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A bag contains 1 green, 2 red, and 2 blue marbles. A marble is selected at random and replaced before a second marble is selected. Based on this scenario, which sentence describes complementary events?

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What is the value of *n *in the equation 3 1/5 ÷ 1 2/3

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In the equation N/24 = 14/21 what is the value of N?

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What is the slope of the line 4*x *− 7*y *= −14?

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Joey has 4 pairs of pants, 6 shirts, and 2 pairs of shoes, but only 1 favorite pair of pants, 1 favorite shirt, and 1 favorite pair of shoes. If he randomly selects an outfit to wear, what is the probability that it will be his favorite pair of pants, his favorite shirt, and his favorite pair of shoes?

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In the equation *x *– 7 + 2 = *y*, what is the value of (*x *– *y*)?

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Of the 45% of a class that passed the oral part of an exam, 2/3 passed the written part as well. What fraction of the class passed both parts of the exam?

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If 3/5 of a bucket can be filled in one minute, how many minutes will it take to fill the rest of the bucket at the same rate?

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Which is equivalent to the following equation?

x=y/2 -3

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What is the value of the expression 35 + 0.2 + 1.4 + 2.78?

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The surface area of a cube is 216 ft^{2}. What is the volume of the cube?

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The Playmakers are planning their summer production. Profit is revenue minus cost. The production will cost between $2,500 and $3,000. The production will run for 14 nights with an expected audience average of from 100 to 200 people per night. If the tickets cost $8 each, approximately what is the expected profit for this production?

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