# SSAT Upper Level Math : SSAT Upper Level Quantitative (Math)

## Example Questions

### Example Question #741 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #742 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #743 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #744 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #745 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #746 : Grade 6

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #41 : Expressions & Equations

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #42 : Expressions & Equations

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #43 : Expressions & Equations

What is  written as a multiplication problem?

Explanation:

When expanding an exponent, we multiply the base by itself for the number indicated by the exponential value.

In this case, our base number is  and our exponential value is . So we multiply  by itself  times.

Remember, the question asks us for the multiplication problem, not the answer to . Because of this,  is our correct answer.

### Example Question #44 : Expressions & Equations

What is  written as a multiplication problem?