### All SSAT Upper Level Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

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**Correct answer:**

Use order of operations, so you would first complete the operation in the parentheses, which would give you .

Then you do exponenets, so .

Then you do division which is .

Then you do addition from left to right, so .

Last, you add to , which is .

### Example Question #10 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

Simplify:

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**Correct answer:**

To simplify this expression, regroup and combine like-terms.

### Example Question #11 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

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**Correct answer:**

Subtract the two numbers, being careful not to forget to remove the borrowed number.

You can also add the solution back to 1296 to check your work, as addition is easier than subtraction.

### Example Question #21 : Number Concepts And Operations

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**Correct answer:**

First convert into a decimal.

So we are left with , which is 4.5 in decimal form.

Now subtract:

### Example Question #1091 : Ssat Upper Level Quantitative (Math)

Subtract from

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**Correct answer:**

You set up the expression with on the top and on the bottom. Because this is subtraction, remember to distribute the negative sign to the expression on the bottom, and then add, so

you get .

### Example Question #14 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

and are prime integers. and .

How many possible values of are there?

**Possible Answers:**

Eight

Seven

Six

Five

Four

**Correct answer:**

Five

The prime integers between 65 and 75 are 67, 71, and 73, so assumes one of those values; the prime integers between 45 and 55 are 47 and 53, so assumes one of those values. Therefore, one of the following holds true:

There are five possible values for (20 appears twice here).

### Example Question #22 : Number Concepts And Operations

and are prime integers. and . What is the greatest possible value of ?

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**Correct answer:**

The greatest possible value of is the least possible value of subtracted from the greatest possible value of . The least prime between 55 and 65 is 59, and the greatest prime between 85 and 95 is 89, so and give the greatest possible value of , which is equal to

### Example Question #23 : Number Concepts And Operations

Define an operation as follows:

For all real numbers ,

.

Evaluate: .

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### Example Question #17 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

Define a function as follows:

Evaluate .

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### Example Question #18 : Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And Division

Define an operation as follows:

For all real numbers :

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Evaluate .

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The correct answer is not among the other responses.

**Correct answer:**