Test 1 sec 4 #27 please!
Hi Mike! In SAT official test 1, Q 29 (in the math calculator section), how do you solve this problem? I don’t quite understand the explanation/concepts mentioned in the book.
29)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.
(Also what does PWN stand for?)
Can you work through question 38 on Section 4 of practice test 1? Thanks 🙂
Test 1 Calculator OK #16
Whats the best and fastest way of doing Practise test 1, section 4, question 23?
Would it be calculating the ratio of all the options and then comparing it to the Human Resources ratio?
Hi Mike. Can you please explain Practise test 1, section 4, question 14? I figured out that the range was the largest change (but only by physically calculating the mean and median etc.)
Is there a better way to do this?
Also, I’d just like to say THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for this book it really is amazing!!
Test 1 #35 (calculator section)
Will you please work #20 in section 4, Test 1.
Test 1 Section 3 #34
Test 1 Section 4 #36
Test 1 Section 4 #30
Test 1 Section 4 #28!
Test 1 Sec4 #24 help!
From the new blue book, test #1, section 4, #29:
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.