Preparing for the SSAT Lower Level Math test? Try these free SSAT Lower Level Math Practice questions. Reviewing practice questions is the best way to brush up your Math skills. Here, we walk you through solving 10 common SSAT Lower Level Math practice problems covering the most important math concepts on the SSAT Lower Level Math test.

These SSAT Lower Level Math practice questions are designed to be similar to those found on the real SSAT Lower Level Math test. They will assess your level of preparation and will give you a better idea of what to study on your exam.

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## 10 Sample **SSAT Lower Level **Math Practice Questions

1- What is the next number in this sequence? \( 2, 5, 9, 14, 20, …\)

☐A. 27

☐B. 26

☐C. 25

☐D. 21

☐E. 20

2- What is the average of the following numbers? \(6, 10, 12, 23, 45\)

☐A. 19

☐B. 19.2

☐C. 19.5

☐D. 20

☐E. 25

3- If there are 8 red balls and 12 blue balls in a basket, what is the probability that John will pick out a red ball from the basket?

☐A. \(\frac{18}{20}\)

☐B. \(\frac{2}{5}\)

☐C. \(\frac{2}{10}\)

☐D. \(\frac{3}{5}\)

☐E. \(\frac{20}{10}\)

4- How many lines of symmetry does an equilateral triangle have?

☐A. 5

☐B. 4

☐C. 3

☐D. 2

☐E. 1

5- What is \(\%10\) of 200?

☐A. 10

☐B. 20

☐C. 30

☐D. 40

☐E. 50

6- At a Zoo, the ratio of lions to tigers is 5 to 3. Which of the following could NOT be the total number of lions and tigers in the zoo?

☐A. 64

☐B. 80

☐C. 98

☐D. 104

☐E. 160

7- In the multiplication bellow, A represents which digit?

\(14×3?2=4,788\)

☐A. 2

☐B. 3

☐C. 4

☐D. 6

☐E. 8

8- Four people can paint 4 houses in 10 days. How many people are needed to paint 8 houses in 5 days?

☐A. 6

☐B. 8

☐C. 12

☐D. 16

☐E. 20

9-\(8.9−4.08\) is closest to which of the following.

☐A. 4.1

☐B. 4.8

☐C. 6

☐D. 8

☐E. 13

10- \(x=2,456 \ y=259\)

Numbers \(x\) and \(y\) are shown above. How many times larger is the value of digit 5 in the number \(x\), than the value of digit 5 in the number \(y\)?

☐A. 1

☐B. 10

☐C. 100

☐D. 1000

☐E. 10000

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## Answers:

1- **A**

\(2+3=5→5+4=9→9+5=14→14+6=20→20+7=27\)

2- **B**

\(average=\frac{(sum \ of \ all \ numbers)}{(number \ of \ numbers)}=\frac{(6+10+12+23+45)}{5}=19.2\)

3-** B**

There are 8 red ball and 20 are total number of balls. Therefore, probability that John will pick out a red ball from the basket is 8 out of 20 or \(\frac{8}{(8+12)}=\frac{8}{20}=\frac{2}{5}\).

4- **C**An equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry.

5- **B**

10 percent of \(200 = 10\% of 200 = \frac{10}{100}×200=20\)

6- **C**

The ratio of lions to tigers is 5 to 3 at the zoo. Therefore, total number of lions and tigers must be divisible by 8.

\(5+3=8\)

From the numbers provided, only 98 is not divisible by 8.

7- **C**

A represents digit 4 in the multiplication.

\(14×342=4,788\)

Only choice C follows the rule of adding 3 in the sequences.

8- **B**

Four people can paint 4 houses in 10 days. It means that for painting 8 houses in 10 days we need 8 people. To paint 8 houses in 5 days, 16 people are needed.

9- **B**

\(8.9-4.08=4.82\) , which is closest to 4.8

10- **A**

The value of digit 5 in both numbers \(x\) and \(y\) are in the tens place. Therefore, they have the same value.

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