SAT Practice Test 7, Section 5: Questions 6 - 10

 

 

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6. Correct answer: (C)

Given:

n is a positive integer

To find:
The value of n

Solution:
Topic(s): Exponents

n + 1 would be an even number because it is a power of 2

We can eliminate
(B) 2 (because 2 + 1 = 3 which is odd)
(D) 4 (because 4 + 1 = 5 which is odd)

We test out
(A) 1 (20 ≠ 1 + 1)
(C) 3 (22 = 3 + 1)
(E) 5 (24 ≠ 5 + 1)

Answer: (C) 3

 

 

7. Correct answer: (E)

Given:
The average of 14 books is p pounds

To find:
The total weight of books, in terms of p

Solution:
Topic(s): Exponents

Total weight = p × 14 = 14p

Answer: (E) 14p

 

 

8. Correct answer: (C)

Given:
The figure
Point B is the midpoint of

To find:
The value of t

Solution:
The midpoint is the average of the two points:

Answer: (C) 2

 

9. Correct answer: (B)

Given:
k(2x + 3)(x - 1) = 0
x > 1

To find:
The value of k

Solution:
If x > 1, then 2x + 3 ≠ 0 and x – 1 ≠ 0

Therefore, k = 0

Answer: (B) 0

 

10. Correct answer: (A)

Given:
All men in the Williams family are over six feet tall

To find:
The true statement

Solution:
There is no calculation here, only some logical thinking.

“All men in the Williams family are over six feet tall” would imply that

“No man under six feet tall is a member of the Williams family”

Answer: (A) No man under six feet tall is a member of the Williams family

 

 

 

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