UL ISEE Proportions (II)
In this assessment, you will encounter a number of different questions that will assess both your understanding of mathematics and your ability to reason quantitatively.
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Do not use a calculator in this assessment. You shouldn’t need one to answer these questions, and the extra practice with arithmetic (long division, multidigit multiplication, etc.) will just make you a better math student!
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Some questions (Quantitative Comparisons) will ask you to compare two quantities. Follow the directions on screen for those questions.
Multiple Choice
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Tips
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 These aren’t basic math questions – they’re tricky! Read closely and make sure you know what’s being asked.
 Do calculations on paper with a pencil. You don’t get extra credit for answering in your head!
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
In a town, \(3\) out of every \(13\) citizens are under the age of \(18\). If the town has a population of \(78{,}000\), how many citizens are at least \(18\) years old?
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Triangle ABC is similar to triangle EDC.
What is the length of side AE?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
What value of \(x\) makes the equation \(\frac{18}{48}=\frac{x}{40}\) true?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Using the information given, compare the quantity in Column A to the quantity in Column B.
Denise bikes \(36\) miles every \(2\) hours.
Column A
The number of hours it takes Denise to bike \(144\) miles
Column B
\(8\)
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Jeff answered \(6\) out of \(40\) questions on a test incorrectly. What percentage of the questions did he answer correctly?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Lucy can wrap \(2\) pieces of chocolate every \(3\) seconds. At that rate, how many pieces of chocolate can she wrap in one minute?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
If \(\frac{4}{9}=\frac{72}{x}\) what is the value of \(x\)?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Trapezoid ABCF is similar to trapezoid FCDE.
If AB\(=6\) and FC\(=10\), what is the length of side ED?
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Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Using the information given, compare the quantity in Column A to the quantity in Column B.
On a map, \(2\) centimeters represents \(7\) miles. The points on this map that represent two cities are \(28\) centimeters apart.
Column A The distance between the two cities, in miles
Column B \(50\)
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
A train travels \(1{,}200\) miles from New York to Florida. The train travels the first \(240\) miles in \(3\) hours. If the train continues to travel at this speed, how many more hours will it take to reach Florida?
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