ISEE Math Review – Mean, Median, Mode, Range, and Weighted Average

Data, data, data! Most jobs and businesses rely on analyzed data to perform well in the working world, including the ERB. How else do you think the ERB determines Scaled Scores, Percentile Ranks, and Stanines for your ISEE results? Even your grades in school since the beginning have been analyzed to show you and [...]

By |2022-08-12T14:40:58-05:00August 12th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Number Types

The ISEE will directly and indirectly test your knowledge of number types. For example, a word problem may include rules where its values may only be integers or whole numbers. Real Numbers (Numbers that Exists) Natural Numbers include positive numbers do not include zero do not include negative numbers do [...]

By |2022-08-05T13:10:57-05:00August 5th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Set Notation

You may be faced with questions that ask you to find the union or intersection of a set of numbers or lines. Usually, set notation is used to demonstrate the relationship between elements of information. A set is simply a group of things, such as numbers, objects, ideas, places, or geometric shapes. The items [...]

By |2022-08-05T13:00:22-05:00August 5th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Fractions and Decimals

Rational numbers are numbers that can be represented as a fraction whose numerator and denominator are both integers. Fractions Overview The numerator is located in the top portion of a fraction, and the denominator is located in the bottom portion of a fraction. The denominator cannot be zero, as any number divided by zero [...]

By |2022-08-05T12:50:40-05:00August 5th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Prime Numbers

A prime number is a positive number that has only two factors: 1 and the number itself. Zero is not prime because it has many factors (any number times zero is zero). One is not prime because it only has one factor: the number 1. The only even prime number is 2 since any [...]

By |2022-08-05T12:40:53-05:00August 5th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Operations on Algebraic Expressions

In a nutshell, Algebra is arithmetic using known and unknown quantities. These unknown quantities are called variables and are represented as a letter (x) or a symbol. You have already evaluated some algebraic expressions by substituting certain values for some or all of the variables within the expression. Now, let’s apply what we know [...]

By |2022-08-05T11:34:26-05:00August 5th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Matrix Multiplication, Standard Deviation, and Trigonometry

The Upper Level ISEE is used for application into 9th through 12th grade. Thus, the ISEE sometimes includes some higher level math concepts designed for students who have completed Algebra II or Pre‐Calculus. We have included three of these concepts so that you know what they look like so you can determine for yourself [...]

By |2022-07-29T14:00:55-05:00July 29th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Polygons: Angles, Perimeter, and Area

Polygons are two‐dimensional shapes that are formed by three or more straight sides. You will be analyzing these geometric figures to find the total degree value of a polygon, the perimeter of a polygon, and the area of a polygon. The perimeter is the measurement of the sum of the side lengths of a [...]

By |2022-07-29T13:46:04-05:00July 29th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Work Word Problems

Like rate, time, and distance questions, work word problems are interested in how long it will take individuals, or workers, to complete a project alone or as a group. The idea here is that it takes a worker a certain amount of time to complete a job. If another worker joins his or her [...]

By |2022-07-29T13:30:37-05:00July 29th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|

ISEE Math Review – Solid Geometry: Surface Area and Volume

Triangles, polygons, and circles are all considered two‐dimensional objects, and you’ve learned how to find the perimeter and area of these objects. You will also need to know how to analyze the measurements of their three‐dimensional counterparts, or solid geometry. For solid geometry, you will need to know the volume and the surface area [...]

By |2022-07-29T12:27:54-05:00July 29th, 2022|ISEE: Upper Level Math Review|
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