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SAT Practice Questions - Geometry




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Question 6

John has a square piece of paper with sides 4 inches each. He rolled up the paper to form a cylinder. What is the volume of the cylinder?

         (A)

4/pi

         (B) 16/pi
         (C) 16
         (D)
         (E) 16π

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Question 7

diagram

The square ABCD touches the circle at 4 points. The length of the side of the square is 2 cm. Find the area of the shaded region.

          (A)
          (B)
          (C)
          (D)
          (E)

π – 4
2π – 4
3π – 4
4π – 4
5π – 4


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Question 8

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In the figure above, if x < 90° then which of the following must be true?

          (A)

l parallel r

          (B) l perpendicular r
          (C) y < 90° 
          (D) y = 90° 
          (E) y > 90° 

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Question 9


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In the figure above, BE perpendicular AD and CF perpendicular AD and AE = EF . What is the value of x?

          (A)
          (B)
          (C)
          (D)
          (E)

40
45
50
55
60

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Question 10

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In the figure above, if ∠AOB = 40° and the length of arc AB is 4π, what is the area of the sector AOB?

          (A)
          (B)
          (C)
          (D)
          (E)


16π
36π
128π
324π


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Which segment is congruent to BE?


Which line has a slope of -3?



 

AD is parallel to BC. AC = 13, BC = 5, BD = 15. What is the length of AD?


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