ISEE Lower Quantitative Reasoning Sample Questions
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1. Question
What number is represented by \(L\) on the number line?
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2. Question
Which figure is made up of two congruent shapes?
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3. Question
Use the grid below to answer the question.
Which line or pair of lines could point \(M\) be folded over in order to end up exactly where point \(N\) is?
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4. Question
The equation “\(2(n4)=\frac{n}{2}\)” could be read as which of the following?
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5. Question
How many triangles can be found in the figure below?
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