Sample SSAT Middle Level Quantitative (Math) - 2 Test

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Multiply 11 to itself 4 times.

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1) Find the standard form for:

Use PEMDAS.

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2) Find the standard form for:

Use a+b and a-b

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3) The maximum speed of a Fly-By-Night airplane is 346 miles per hour faster than a Soaring-Wing airplane. The sum of their speeds is 889 miles per hour.

What is the maximum speed of a Fly-By-Night airplane?

Set up an equation based on the information.

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4) The range of Rita's paper airplane is 456 feet. This is 112 feet more than one-half the range of Fred's airplane.

What is the range of Fred's paper airplane?

Look at the pattern.

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5) Find the missing number.

5.6, 5.8, ?, 6.2, 6.4

Switches in an opposite way.

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6) Read each question carefully and circle the correct answer.

Switches in an opposite way.

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7) Read each question carefully and circle the correct answer

Make denominators common.

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8) Which fraction is between and ?

Look at the pattern.

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9) Use the set of numbers shown to answer the question.

{6, 9, 12, 15, 18...}

Which describes this set of numbers?

Make number of digits equal.

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10) What is the sum of 3.14 and 1.6?

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