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

1- In a group of \(5\) books, the average number of pages is \(24\). Mary adds a book with \(36\) pages to the group. What is the new average number of pages per book?

☐A. 20

☐B. 22

☐C. 24

☐D. 26

☐E. 30

2- A football team won exactly \(70\%\) of the games it played during last session. Which of the following could be the total number of games the team played last season?

☐A. 49

☐B. 40

☐C. 32

☐D. 12

☐E. 9

3- If a gas tank can hold \(35\) gallons, how many gallons does it contain when it is \(\frac{2}{5}\) full?

☐A. 50

☐B. 125

☐C. 62.5

☐D. 14

☐E. 8

4- What is the value of \(𝑥\) in the following figure? (Figure is not drawn to scale)

☐A. 150

☐B. 145

☐C. 125

☐D. 105

☐E. 85

5- The capacity of a red box is \(20\%\)bigger than the capacity of a blue box. If \(36\) books can be put in the red box, how many books can be put in the blue box?

☐A. 15

☐B. 20

☐C. 24

☐D. 30

☐E. 32

6- A taxi driver earns \($8\) per 1-hour work. If he works \(10\) hours a day and in \(1\) hour he uses \(2\)-liters petrol with price \($1\) for \(1\)-liter. How much money does he earn in one day?

☐A. $90

☐B. $88

☐C. $70

☐D. $60

☐E. $56

7- Which of the following is less than \(\frac{1}{5}\)?

☐A. \(\frac{1}{4}\)

☐B. 0.5

☐C. \(\frac{1}{7}\)

☐D. 0.28

☐E. 0.31

8- Amy and John work in a same company. Last month, both of them received a raise of \(20\) percent. If Amy earns \($30.00\) per hour now and John earns \($28.80\), Amy earned how much more per hour than John before their raises?

☐A. $8.25

☐B. $4.25

☐C. $3.00

☐D. $2.25

☐E. $1.00

9- Three people can paint \(3\) houses in \(12\) days. How many people are needed to paint \(6\) houses in \(6\) days?

☐A. 6

☐B. 8

☐C. 12

☐D. 16

☐E. 20

10- If \(𝑁×6−3=12\) then \(𝑁=?\)

☐A. 4

☐B. 12

☐C. 13

☐D. 14

☐E. 18

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## Answers:

1- **D**

In a group of \(5\) books, the average number of pages is (24). Therefore, the sum of pages in all \(5\) books is \((5×24=120) \). Mary adds a book with \(36\) pages to the group. Then, the sum of pages in all 6 books is \((5×24+36=156) \). The new average number of pages per book is:\(\frac{156}{6}=26\)

2- **B**

Choices A, C, D, and E are incorrect because \(70\%\) of each of the numbers is a non-whole number.

A. \( 49, 70\%\) of \(49 = 0.70×49=34.3\)

B. \( 40, 70\%\) of \(40=0.70×40=28\)

C. \( 32, 70\%\) of \(32=0.80×32=22.4\)

D. \( 12, 70\%\) of \(12=0.70×12=8.4\)

E. \( 9, 70\%\) of \(9=0.80×9=6.3\)

3-** D**

\(\frac{2}{5}×35=\frac{70}{5}=14\)

4- **A**

\(x=25+125=150\)

5- **D**

The red box is \(20\%\) bigger than the blue box. Let \(x\) be the capacity of the blue box. Then:

\(x+20\%\) of \(x=36→1.2x=36→x=\frac{36}{1.2}=30\)

6- **D**

\($8×10=$80\), Petrol use: \(10×2=20\) liters, Petrol cost: \(20×$1=$20\)

Money earned: \($80-$20=$60\)

7- **C**

From the choices provided, only C \((\frac{1}{7})\) is less than \(\frac{1}{5}\).

8- **E**

Amy earns \($30.00\) per hour now. \($30.00\) per hour is \(20\) percent more than her previous rate. Let \(x\) be her rate before her raise. Then: \(x+0.20x=30→1.2x=30→x=\frac{30}{1.2}=25\)

John earns \($28.80\) per hour now. \($28.80\) per hour is \(20\) percent more than his previous rate. Let \(x\) be John’s rate before his raise. Then:\(x+0.20x=28.80→1.2x=28.80→x=\frac{28.80}{1.2}=24\), Amy earned \($1.00\) more per hour than John before their raises.

9- **C**

Three people can paint \(3\) houses in \(12\) days. It means that for painting \(6\) houses in \(12\) days we need \(6\) people. To paint \(6\) houses in \(6\) days, \(12\) people are needed.

10- **A**

\(N×(6-3)=12→N×3=12→N=4\)

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