# SAT Practice Test 3, Section 2: Questions 6 - 10

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6. Correct answer: (E)

Given:
Y is the midpoint of

To find:
Which of the statement is true

Solution:

Answer: (E) I and III

7. Correct answer: (C)

Given:
2r = 5s
5s = 6t

To find:
r in terms of t

Solution:
Topic(s): Isolate variable, substitution

(equation 1)

(equation 2)

Substitute equation 2 into equation 1

8. Correct answer: (A)

Given:
k passengers went on a bus trip
Each of the n buses can seat x passengers
One bus had 3 empty seats
The remaining buses are filled

To find:
Expression for n, x and k

Solution:
Topic(s): Translating words to equations

If each of the n buses has x passengers, we will have nx passengers.

One of the buses has three empty seats.

So, the equation becomes nx – 3 = k

Answer: (A) nx – 3 = k

9, Correct answer: (A)

Given:
Given figure

To find:
Value of x

Solution:
Topic(s): Corresponding angles, supplementary angles

y + 50 = 80 (corresponding angles)
y = 30

x + y = 180 (supplementary angles)
x + 30 = 180
x = 150

10. Correct answer: (B)

Given:
3x2 < (3x)2

To find:
The value of x that makes 3x2 < (3x)2 a FALSE statement

Solution:
When x = 0, then 3(0)2 is not less than (3 × 0)2

The false answer is (B), because any value multiply with 0 would be 0 and 0 is not less than 0.

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