Sample SSAT Middle Level Quantitative (Math) - 1 Test

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Calculate the value of the 3 consecutive integers.

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1) **Directions: Compare** the quantity in **Column A** to the quantity in **Column B**.

Select your answer as per below:

**A** - if the quantity in Column A is greater.

**B** - if the quantity in Column B is greater.

**C** - if the two quantities are equal

**D** - if the relationship cannot be determined from the given information

The sum of 3 consecutive integers is 30.

Column A |
Column B |

The largest of these integers |
10 |

Apply PEMDAS.

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2) **Directions:** Compare the quantity in **Column A** to the quantity in **Column B**.

Select your answer as per below:

**A** - if the quantity in Column A is greater.

**B** - if the quantity in Column B is greater.

**C** - if the two quantities are equal

**D** - if the relationship cannot be determined from the given information

Column A |
Column B |

Substitute the values of x and y.

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3) **Directions:** Compare the quantity in **Column A** to the quantity in **Column B**.

Select your answer as per below:

**A** - if the quantity in Column A is greater.

**B** - if the quantity in Column B is greater.

**C** - if the two quantities are equal

**D** - if the relationship cannot be determined from the given information

Column A |
Column B |

Apply PEMDAS.

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4) **Directions:** Compare the quantity in **Column A** to the quantity in **Column B**.

**A** - if the quantity in Column A is greater.

**B** - if the quantity in Column B is greater.

**C** - if the two quantities are equal

**D** - if the relationship cannot be determined from the given information

Column A |
Column B |

Use total distance and total time to calculate avg speed.

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5) **Directions:** Compare the quantity in **Column A** to the quantity in **Column B**.

**A** - if the quantity in Column A is greater.

**B** - if the quantity in Column B is greater.

**C** - if the two quantities are equal

**D** - if the relationship cannot be determined from the given information

Michael drives 30 miles per hour for two hours. He then drives 40 miles per hour for one hour.

Column A |
Column B |

Michael’s average speed for all three hours |
35 miles per hour |

Notice the relationship between numerator and denominator.

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6)

In the number pattern above, =

See what is bundled and what isn't.

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7) The cost of go-karting is dollars for the first ten laps around the track and dollars for each additional lap. What is the cost, in dollars, of go-karting for 17 laps?

Convert fraction to percent.

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8) If 5 out of 20 students in a class wear glasses, what percentage of the students wears glasses?

Don't forget to include Aaron.

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9) Aaron received *x* tickets to a concert and divided them equally among himself and four friends. Which of the following expressions shows the number of tickets that each person received?

Count the number of books per year and double it.

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10) Nathan reads four books in the fall and two books in the winter. In the summer, he reads twice the number of books he reads in the fall. In the spring, he reads half the number of books he reads in the fall. If he continues to read at the same rate, how many books will he read in two full years?

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