Free SAT Quiz, SAT Practice Test 6, Section 7: Questions 16 - 20

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This is for SAT in Jan 2016 or before.

The following are worked solutions for the questions in the math sections of the SAT Practice Tests found in the The Official SAT Study Guide Second Edition.

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Given:

To find:
What happens to the value of y when both x and z are doubled

Solution:
Topic(s): Exponents

Double x and z

Answer: (E) y is multiplied by 4

Given:
The value of the automobile n years from the date of purchase is

To find:
The number of years from the date of purchase when the value of the automobile will be \$3,200

Solution:
Topic(s): Exponents

Given:
The figure showing how three wires are braided

To find:
The numbered step when the braid repeat the original order A, B,

Solution:
The orders of the braids are as follows:

Start: ABC
1 BAC
2 BCA
3 CBA
4 CAB
5 ACB
6 ABC

The braid repeats the original order at step 6.

Given:
A set of eleven different numbers

To find:
Which of the following will not affect the value of the median

Solution:
Topic(s): Statistics

If the eleven different numbers were to be arranged in order, the median would be the 6th number.

We would have to determine which of the answers would not change the median.

(A) Doubling each number. (The median is also doubled)

(B) Increasing each number by 10. (The median is also increased by 10)

(C) Increasing the smallest number only. (The median would be changed if the smallest number was increased such that it becomes bigger than the 6th number)

(D) Decreasing the largest number only. (The median would be changed if the largest number was decreased such that it becomes smaller than the 6th number)

(E) Increasing the largest number only. ü (Increasing the largest number would not affect the median)

Given:
The figure
SBT is one quarter of a circle with center R and radius 6
Length plus width of rectangle ABCR = 8

To find:

Solution:
Topic(s): Circumference of circle

Length of arc ST =

Given AR + RC = length + width = 8

SR + RT = 6 + 6 = 12

SA + CT = SR + RT – (AR + RC) = 12 – 8 = 4

AC = BR = radius of circle = 6

Perimeter of shaded region = 6 + 4 + 3π = 10 + 3π