All SSAT Elementary Level Math Resources
Example Question #1 : How To Find A Proportion
Example Question #17 : Ssat Elementary Level Quantitative (Math)
What is 10% of 100?
10% of 100 is calculated by multiplying .10 by 100.
Example Question #2 : How To Find A Proportion
What is 13% of 100?
13% of 100 is calculated by multiplying .13 by 100.
Example Question #3 : How To Find A Proportion
Solve for x:
Multiply both sides by 3 to yield:
Example Question #20 : Ssat Elementary Level Quantitative (Math)
Brad is paid per hour at his current job. If a promotion would increase Brad's pay by , what would Brad make per hour after a promotion?
To find of Brad's pay, multiply it by (since is the original number and is twice that). , which is the amount of the increase to Brad's pay. Add this increase to the original pay to get the new pay: per hour.
Example Question #4 : How To Find A Proportion
Sofia goes to the movies with . She spends on her ticket and on food and drink.
What fraction of Sofia's original was not spent?
Adding Sofia's expenses shows that she spent a total of dollars. Subtracting this from the original amount of money she had gives the unspent portion: .
The ratio of the unspent portion to the original amount gives the fraction of the money that was not spent: .
Example Question #5 : How To Find A Proportion
A sweater is on sale for . What percentage of the original price has been discounted for the sale?
Set up a proportion of the new price to the old price to see how they relate.
of the original price
Subtract from to find the amount that was discounted.
Convert to a decimal by multiplying both the top and bottom of the fraction by , then convert to a percentage.
, which is equivalent to or
Example Question #6 : How To Find A Proportion
Mary wants to enlarge a picture that she has in her office. The original picture is cm (width) by cm (length). What would be the length of the enlarged picture if the width is cm?
To find the length of the enlarged picture, we must set up a proportion:
Divide both sides by 5:
Example Question #7 : How To Find A Proportion
Solve for y:
Multiply both sides by 8 to yield:
Example Question #8 : How To Find A Proportion
Solve for the variable:
Solve for x by dividing 60 by 12: