## Hey, Could you please explain #35 (practice test 8),thankyou!

Hey,
Could you please explain #35 (practice test 8),thankyou!

## Could you please explain #20,practice test 9,calculator?

Could you please explain #20,practice test 9,calculator?

## Hey, Could you please explain #21(practice test #7)

Hey, Could you please explain #21(practice test #7)

## Hey Mike, Could you please explain #22 calc from practice test 1,thanks!

Hey Mike,
Could you please explain #22 calc from practice test 1,thanks!

## Test 6, section 4, number 31

Hi, can you explain how to get the equation for test 6, section 4, number 31, or fix the page error?
Thanks

## Could you please explain #38 of practice test 9?

Hey
Could you please explain #38 of practice test 9?

## Could you please explain #10 no calculator practice test 9

Could you please explain #10 no calculator practice test 9

## If I did not recognize that the numerator was the difference of cubes and that I could factor out (a-b)^2 from numerator and denominator, could this be solved using polynomial division?

a^3 – 3a^2b + 3ab^2 – b^3
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(a – b )(a – b)

If I did not recognize that the numerator was the difference of cubes and that I could factor out (a-b)^2 from numerator and denominator, could this be solved using polynomial division?

## Here’s a question from the May 2023 (US) SAT, non-calculator section

Here’s a question from the May 2023 (US) SAT, non-calculator section:

Alice took 60 minutes to complete a task on her first trial. The time it took Alice to complete the task decreased by 10% of the previous time for each additional trial. Approximately how many minutes will it take Alice to complete the task on her fifth trial?

A) 50
B) 42
C) 39
D) 35

I know we can solve this by subtracting 10% of the current value 5 times, but is there a more direct way to solve, maybe as a function?

## The equation ax^2 + 190 x + c has a given factor of px +q. What is the product of ac?

The equation ax^2 + 190 x + c has a given factor of px +q. What is the product of ac?

## For a polynomial p(x), the value of p(3) is -2. Which of the following must be true about p (x) ?

Hi Mike, can you explain #29 Section 4, October 2022 SAT?

For a polynomial p(x), the value of p(3) is -2. Which of the following must be true about p (x) ?

A) x -5 is a factor of p(x).
B) x -2 is a factor of p(x).
C) x +2 is a factor of p(x).
D) The remainder when p(x) is divided by x -3 is -2.

## Mike…check the wording on this Q (#37; section4). I lose track of what it’s asking for. Can you break it down? Tks!

Mike…check the wording on this Q (#37; section4). I lose track of what it’s asking for. Can you break it down? Tks!

The value of r is 20/21 times the value of t, where t>0. The value of t is what percent greater than the value of r?

## Hey Mike! Is this a corresponding coefficients question?

Hey Mike! Is this a corresponding coefficients question? Can you solve please? Thanks! (#36 Section 4)

-9x + 24qx = 36

In the given equation, q is a constant. The equation has no solution. What is the value of q?

## Hi Mike, Can you explain this Q #29 from Calculator section of Oct 2022 PSAT?

Hi Mike,
Can you explain this Q #29 from Calculator section of Oct 2022 PSAT:

A quadratic function can be used to model the height, in feet, of an object above the ground in terms of time, in seconds, after the object was launched. According to the model, an object was launched into the air from a height of 0 feet and reached its maximum height of 3136 feet 14 seconds after it was launched. Based on the model, what was the height, in feet, of the object 1 second after it was launched?

## The 131st question in the Extra Practice (PWN 5th edition)

Hi Mike,

So I can’t understand the answer key explanation for the 131st question in the Extra Practice (PWN 5th edition)

Could you explain how to solve this problem?