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### Question of the Day: SSAT Middle Level Math

Call the three angles of a triangle .

The measure of is forty degrees less than that of ; the measure of is ten degrees less than twice that of . If is the measure of , then which of the following equations would we need to solve in order to calculate the measures of the angles?

If your middle school learner is planning on attending a private school or academy, he or she might need to take the Middle Level Secondary School Admission Test. The Middle Level SSAT is a standardized test designed to test the knowledge of middle school students. The SSAT contains a writing segment and three other components: verbal, quantitative, and experimental. These four components are split up into a total of five overall sections. Furthermore, there are three versions of the Middle Level SSAT: one each for fifth, sixth, and seventh grades. By using Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools, you can prepare for each level by accessing a number of SSAT review resources online. These tools have been carefully designed to help your middle school learner get the most out of his or her Middle Level SSAT Quantitative practice.

The Quantitative, or Math, portion of the Middle Level SSAT is broken up into two parts, both consisting of 25 questions each. As one of the free SSAT Middle Level Quantitative resources available to you by visiting the Learning Tools website, the Question of the Day is a great way to help your middle school learner successfully prepare for any challenges that may arise on test day.

As your middle school learner works through the Question of the Day, he or she is working toward getting the essential daily practice needed to understand the SSAT Middle Level Quantitative practice questions. The Question of the Day is a randomly generated, daily question that is pulled from any of the number of topics covered on the Middle Level SSAT Quantitative. These questions are a great way to help your middle school learner prepare for the actual test, as each Middle Level SSAT Math sample question is similar to problems he or she will find on the actual test. Moreover, the random nature of the questions encourages learners to better prepare themselves by increasing their familiarity with algebra, data analysis, numbers and operations, geometry, and squares.

Another excellent feature of the Question of the Day is the detailed explanation given at the end of each question. By carefully studying these explanations, your middle school learner is able to see how the correct answer was reached. This is priceless for students who benefit from learning from their own mistakes. Moreover, the detailed explanations further enhance your learner’s Middle Level SSAT Quantitative practice by providing valuable definitions and formulas.

The Question of the Day is best used alongside the other free Learning Tools. By using all of these SSAT Middle Level Math review resources together, you are helping your middle school learner get the most out of his or her study sessions. Along with using the Question of the Day to strengthen memories and prepare for exam day, you can browse through the SSAT Middle Level Quantitative Flashcards and help your learner review difficult material. Your learner can browse through the Learn by Concept resource and pick which areas they want to focus on, and then test their knowledge on that concept with a Practice Test. By using all of Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools to supplement your learner’s studies, you’re helping your child build a well-rounded Middle Level SSAT Quantitative study program that may help prepare him or her for test day.

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