### All SSAT Upper Level Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #41 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

Keep in mind that the main fraction line just means "divide."

So then,

Now, divide this like any other fraction.

### Example Question #1211 : Ssat Upper Level Quantitative (Math)

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**Correct answer:**

Remember that the main line in the fraction means "divide."

Then,

Now, divide this like you would divide any other fraction.

### Example Question #43 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

Remember that the main line in the fraction means "divide."

Now,

Divide these two fractions.

### Example Question #44 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main fraction line means "divide."

Rewrite the complex fraction:

Divide these fractions.

### Example Question #45 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main fraction line means "divide."

Rewrite the complex fractions as thus:

Now, divide these two fractions.

### Example Question #46 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main fraction line means "divide." Rewrite the complex fraction as thus:

Divide these two fractions.

### Example Question #47 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main line in a fraction means "divide." Rewrite the complex fraction as thus:

Now, divide the fractions.

### Example Question #48 : Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main line in a fraction means "divide." Rewrite the complex fraction as thus:

Now, divide the fractions.

### Example Question #1 : How To Divide Complex Fractions

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**Correct answer:**

The main line in a fraction means "divide." Rewrite the complex fraction as thus:

Now, divide these fractions.

### Example Question #1 : How To Divide Complex Fractions

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

The main line in a fraction means "divide." Rewrite the complex fraction as thus:

Now, divide these fractions.

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