SAT Practice Test 6, Section 9: Questions 6 - 10

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6. Correct answer: (B)

Given:
The increase in expenses is directly proportional to the increase in temperature setting
The expenses increase by \$24 when the temperature setting is increased by 20

To find:
The increase in expenses when the temperature setting is increased by 15

Solution:
Topic(s): Proportional word problem

If 20 degrees then 24 dollars, if 15 degrees then how many dollars?

Answer: (B) 18

7. Correct answer: (E)

Given:
The figures

To find:
The average of u, v, w, x and y

Solution:
Topic(s): Complementary angles, sum of angles in a triangle

x + y = 90 (x and y are complementary angles)
u + v + w = 180 (sum of angles in a triangle = 180)

Average of u, v, w, x, y, and z =

Answer: (E) 54

8. Correct answer: (C)

Given:
x, x2 and x3 lie on the number line in the order shown in the figure

To find:
Which of the following could be the value of x

Solution:
In order for x3 < x2 < x, the range of x is 0 < x < 1

The answer is then (C)

Answer: (C)

9. Correct answer: (A)

Given:
The figure
Line l passes through the origin

To find:
The value of

Solution:
Topic(s): Coordinate geometry

The slope of the line is

So,

Answer: (A) 3

10. Correct answer: (E)

Given:

m < 0, k < 0

To find:
The value of mk

Solution:
Topic(s): Absolute value

mk = – 2 – (– 22) = 20

Answer: (E) 20

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