SAT Practice Test 3, Section 4: Questions 16 - 18



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16. Correct answer: 3


a + 2b = 125% × 4b

To find:

The value of


Answer: 3



17. Correct answer: 4/9

A number line with 9 intervals between 0 and 1

To find:
The value of x


is at the 6th slot.




18. Correct answer: either 2 or 18

The distance between B(10, 18) and A(x, 3) is 17

To find:
One possible value of x

Topic(s): Pythagorean theorem, factoring of quadratics or distance formula

Let AB be the hypotenuse of a right triangle ABC.

Length of BC is 18 – 3 = 15

Length of AC is 10 – x

Using Pythagoras theorem and factoring of quadratics

Answer: either 2 or 18




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