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SSAT Elementary Grade 4

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If one banana weighs 8 ounces, how much do 4 bananas weigh, in ounces?

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Mia put her baseball cards in a binder. She split the cards evenly on 15 pages and there were 6 cards on each page. Which equation will tell how many cards Mia has in her collection?

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(8 + 4) ÷ ____ = 6

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Which list below are all examples of quadrilaterals?

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Two equal rectangles are put together to make a square. If the perimeter of the square is 36 inches, what is the perimeter of one of the rectangles, in inches?

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Maria threw the ball 40 centimeters. John threw the ball 0.5 meters. Ryan threw the ball 82 centimeters. Emily threw the ball 0.9 meters. Anna threw the ball 8 centimeters. Who threw the ball the greatest distance?

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4 is to 16 as 5 is to ____

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What is the total number of cupcakes sold on Day 1 and Day 3?

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If Area = 1/2 (base × vertical height), what is the area of ∆ABC, in square units?

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Which fractions below are ordered from smallest to largest?

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If 24 ÷ m = 6, then 5 × m = ?

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1.7m = _______ cm?

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Lily wants to buy a notebook that costs $3.50. She only has $2.45. Which coins could you give Lily so that she would have exactly $3.50?

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UNUSUAL

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IGNORANT

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ABOLISH

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ADAPT

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ADEQUATE

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FRANTIC

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Listen is to music as

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Simple is to complex as

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Teacher is to school as

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Apple is to pie as

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Hammer is to carpenter as brush is to

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Orange is to fruit as

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Ship is to captain as

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Where are the trees?

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The poet is

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Together, lines 9-12 are known as

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In line 4, “hand” could best be replaced with

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Harry Houdini was best known for

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Harry Houdini became so good at tricks because he

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What is the first rule of being a magician?

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From this passage you can assume that Harry Houdini was

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According to the passage, people don’t like wolves because

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The author of the passage would most likely agree with which statement?

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In the line, “All of the sudden, you hear the creepy howling of a wolf,” what does “creepy” mostly
likely mean?

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In the passage, where are you to imagine you might hear a wolf?

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