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SSAT Middle Level

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If three times a number is 9, what is the number?

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If three dozen slices of pizza are divided equally among 36 people at a birthday party, how many slices will each person have?

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Which of the following numbers is divisible by 6?

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19 + 31+ 11 is closest to

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1/4, 2/8, 3/12, 4/x, ...

In the number pattern above, x = ?

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Aaron received 𝑥 tickets to a concert and divided them equally among himself and his four friends. Which of the following expressions shows the number of tickets that each person received?

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Caroline had a one hour nap, and then slept for seven hours. What fraction of the full day was Caroline asleep?

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If x=2 and y-19, then xy=

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Nathan reads four books in the fall and two books in the winter. In the summer, he reads twice the number of books he reads in the fall. In the spring, he reads half the number of books he reads in the fall. If he continues to read at the same rate, how many books will he read in two full years?

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The cost of go-karting is 𝑆 dollars for the first ten laps around the track and 𝑇 dollars for each additional lap. What is the cost, in dollars, of go-karting for 17 laps?

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If 40 percent of a number is 200, then 10 percent of the same number is

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In 2006, the employee of the year sold 36 televisions. In 2006, Jack’s television sales were what fraction of the employee of the year’s sales?

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A safari company offers group tours that cost $100 for two people and $20 more for each additional person. If five people share the cost of the tour equally, how much does each person pay?

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498.57 =

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There were 17 sunny days this year, which was 18 fewer than last year. Two years ago, there were three times as many sunny days as there were this year. How many total sunny days were there in all three years?

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How many fifths are there in 5 2/5?

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The Smith family has four children. Matt is 5 years older than Kim. Kim is half Kyle’s age. Meg is older than Kyle, but not Matt. Who is the second youngest child?

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Patrick started at point A. He traveled 2 km north, 2 km east, 2 km south, and 3 km west. How far is he from where he started?

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If ∎𝑥 = 𝑥^3 + 2, what is the value of ∎2?

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The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 171. What is the largest number?

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Why did the orbit of Uranus pose a problem for early 19th century scientists?

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The author’s main purpose in this passage is to

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According to the passage, John Adams Couch and Urbain Jean-Joseph Le Verrier believed that

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Based on the context of the passage, “botched” (line 7) most nearly means

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After the discovery of Neptune, scientists were aware of how many planets in total in our solar system?

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In lines 1-2, the princess offered clothing and jewelry to the frog because

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What best explains why the princess didn’t stay to play with the frog?

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The princess’s actions could best be described as

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Based on the context of the passage, what is the most likely meaning of “hastening” (line 14)?

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According to the passage, the benefits of clothing swaps include
I. saving money
II. raising money for local charities
III. making new friends

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The author’s main purpose in this passage is to

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According to the passage, the organizers of Washington-area clothing swaps used social media to

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Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?

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This passage would most likely be found in

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The author’s attitude toward the ocean could best be described as

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According to the passage, the “abyssal plain” (line 7) most likely refers to

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The author lists which of the following animals as examples of life in the abyssal plain?

I. Fish

II. Whales

III. Mollusks

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When the author says “more people have been to space than have been to the abyssal plain” (lines 15-16), she is suggesting that

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Which sentence best summarizes the author’s main idea in this passage?

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The author suggests that life in the ocean is

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According to the passage, the garden was not maintained because

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The mood of the passage could best be described as

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When the author says “the garden was a garden no more” (line 10), he most likely means that

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Based on the context of the passage, the “cherubs” (line 11) are most likely

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What would be the best title for this passage?

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The main subject of this passage is

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According to the passage, when was the first turkey officially pardoned by an American President?

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The best title for the passage would be

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According to the passage, how were Presidential Thanksgivings different before Presidents began pardoning turkeys?

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What can be inferred from the reaction to President Reagan’s joke about “pardoning” a turkey in 1987?

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Based on the context of the passage, John originally wanted to get into the water because

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According to lines 7-8, why did John decide to swim back to the surface?

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The tone of the second paragraph could best be described as

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Which of the following statements best matches the main idea of the story?

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According to the passage, the poor citizens of 18th century France faced which of the following problems involving bread?

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Based on the context of the passage, the word “Dauphin” (line 8) most likely means

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The author’s main purpose in this passage is to

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According to the passage, why did people tend to believe the story about Marie Antoinette?

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Which of the following does the author offer as a reason not to believe the story about Marie Antoinette?

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According to the passage, good stories

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Embrace

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Generate

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Cosmic

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Blast

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Solid

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Nulify

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Compel

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Apex

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Supreme

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Hooked

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Frock

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Splendid

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Nucleus

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Exterior

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Cast

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Barbed

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Constant

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Breach

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Scour

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Sweep

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Correlation

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Subsidy

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Castigate

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Gloss

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Shirk

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Atone

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Bedevil

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Evoke

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Construe

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Palatable

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Deer is to forest as

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Pianist is to hands as

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Pound is to weight as

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Pencil is to writing as

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Faucet is to water as

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Arboretum is to garden as

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Solitary is to hermit as

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Abdicate is to monarch as

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Sculpture is to art as

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Trustworthy is to friend as

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Novel is to poem as

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Pious is to belief as

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Mammal is to human as

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Telephone is to communication as

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Physics is to science as calculus is to

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Jousting is to lance as

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Tallow is to fat as leather is to

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Mitigate is to harm as

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Yawn is to sleepy as fidget is to

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Website is to internet as

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Drought is to water as

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Persuasive is to argument as

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Remorseful is to unrepentant as

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High school is to college as

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Dilate is to contract as

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Collusion is to cooperation as

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Plausible is to incredible as

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Annoyed is to furious as

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Navigate is to destination as

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If 𝐽 −10 = 9 , then 𝐽 − 11 =

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If 5 out of 20 students in a class wear glasses, what
percentage of the students wear glasses?

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Mr. Taylor has a budget of $100.00 to buy sketch books.

What is the greatest number of sketch books he can buy if the sketch books cost $7.00 each?

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If 250 + x −1 = 350 , what does "x" equal?

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Meg goes for a run 3 times per week, and she runs for an average of 27 minutes each time. On average, how long does Meg run each week?

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Colleen’s stock had a value of x dollars at the beginning of the week. During the week, her stock went up 1 dollar, and then dropped 3 dollars. At the end of the week, Colleen’s stock was equal to

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If a shirt on sale for 50% off costs $15.00, the original price of the shirt was

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If 𝑗 is 3 times ℎ, then ℎ must be

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What is the average amount the baseball team raised per quarter?

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In total, how much money did all three teams raise during the fourth quarter?

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If two times a number is greater than 7, then the number could be all of the following EXCEPT

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12 x (2/12 - 1/4) =