ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : Tables

Example Questions

Example Question #1 : Tables

Use the following table to determine the cost of purchasing two books.

Explanation:

The relationship between the values is ,

where  represents the cost of purchased books and  represents the number of books purchased.

Once we realize this, we can determine how much purchasing two books  would cost:

Example Question #2 : Tables

Use the table to determine how much one cupcake would cost.

Explanation:

We can determine the relationship between the values by creating a ratio of number of cupcakes to cost:

Where  represents the cost of 1 cupcake.

We can now solve for

The cost of one cupcake is then \$0.85

Example Question #3 : Tables

The following table consists of the test grades from  students. Use the table to determine how many students received a  on the test.

Explanation:

We were told the grades are from  students. The most direct way to solve this problem is to add the numbers of students listed so far:

We know there is a total of  students so we can set up the equation:

which leaves us with

So the missing value is eight.

Example Question #4 : Tables

Use the table to determine how much one cupcake would cost.