# Free Sample SSAT Upper Level Quantitative (Math) – 1 Test

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Sample SSAT Upper Level Quantitative (Math) - 1 Test

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Substitute x = -2 in the expression and solve.

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1. Evaluate the expression for x = -2:

$\left| \cfrac { 2 }{ 3 } -\cfrac { { x }^{ 2 }-3 }{ x } -\cfrac { 5 }{ x+{ x }^{ 2 } } \right|$

Just follow the steps from the right side.

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2. Translate the following word phrase into an expression.

seventeen added to three times the sum of a number, x, and five

Isolate y

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3. What is the value of y?

y + 8 - 11 = 17

Isolate y

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4. What is the value of y?

$\cfrac { y }{ 8 } =4$

We can solve the equation by adding and subtracting the numbers on both sides.

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5. What is the value of b?
b - 57 + 42 = 60

We can solve the equation by adding and subtracting the numbers on both sides.

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6. Solve for y.
18 + y = 45

We can solve the equation by adding and subtracting the numbers on both sides.

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7. What is the value of m?
m + (7.8 - 1.2) = 54.2

Simplify each option to

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8. Which value is NOT equal to $4\sqrt { 4 }$?

Rearrange terms and combine exponents

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9. What is the value of the numerical expression $\left( 1.5\times { 10 }^{ 3 } \right) \times \left( 2.0\times { 10 }^{ 6 } \right)$

Calculate the number of degrees the hour hand travels for 1 hr.

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10. Augustus owns an analog clock. It takes twelve hours for the clockâ€™s hour hand to make one complete revolution around the clockâ€™s face. When Augustus first looked at the clock, it was 5:00pm. The next time he looked at the clock, it was 6:30pm. How many degrees did the clockâ€™s hour hand travel during this time?