SAT Practice Test 2, Section 3: Questions 1 - 5

 

 

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1. Correct answer: (E)

Given:
3b + 1 < 10

To find:
The value that CANNOT be b

Solution:
Topic(s): Isolate variable

3b + 1 < 10 ⇒ 3b < 9 ⇒ b < 3

All the answers are less than 3 except for (E) 3

Answer: (E) 3

 

 

2. Correct answer: (A)

Given:
24x = 16

To find:
The value of x

Solution:
Topic(s): Exponents

24x = 16
16 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 = 2 4
24x = 24

Since the bases are the same, we equate the exponents.

4x = 4 ⇒x =1

Answer: (A) 1

 

 

3. Correct answer: (E)

To find:
How much greater is r + 5 than r – 2

Solution:
To find out how much greater, we can subtract (r – 2) from (r + 5).
(r + 5) – (r – 2) = r + 5 – r +2 = 7

Answer: (E) 7

 

4. Correct answer: (E)

Given:
A rectangular box with no lid is cut along the vertical edges and flattened

To find:
The figure that represents the flattened shape

Solution:
Topic(s): Nets of solids

Only the figure (E) can form a box with the right dimensions.

Answer: (E)

 

5. Correct answer: (B)

Given:
A path from point A to point D is determined by moving upward or to the right along the grid lines

To find:
The different paths that can be drawn from A to D that do not include either B or C

Solution:


There are four possible paths that do not include B and C.

Answer: (B) Four

 

 

 

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