Can you help me with Question #29 in Practice Test 3, Section 4? I found the answer by subtracting multiples of 9 from 122 to find one that was divisible by 5. Is there a better way?

# Could you please explain SAT Past paper 3, section 4, question 12?

Could you please explain SAT Past paper 3, section 4, question 12? I don’t really understand why the double root is considered a ‘distinct’ zero.

Thank you for your time!

# Test 3 Section 4 #30

Test 3 Section 4 #30

# Test 3 Section 4 #26

Test 3 Section 4 #26

# Test 3 Section 4 #24

Test 3 Section 4 #24

# official practice test 3 section 4 q.no.35 how to solve?

official practice test 3 section 4 q.no.35 how to solve?

# Hello Mike! Could you please tell me, what is the answer of Question 16, Section 4, Test 3? Thank you veery much for your help and time. Katerina

Hello Mike! Could you please tell me, what is the answer of Question 16, Section 4, Test 3? Thank you veery much for your help and time.

Katerina

# Can you please explain Test 3 Section 4 #23?

Can you please explain Test 3 Section 4 #23?

# Test 3 Section 4 #36

Test 3 Section 4 #36

# Test 3 Section 4 #34

Test 3 Section 4 #34

# how can you use plug-in for #13 on page 607?

how can you use plug-in for #13 on page 607?

# Will you please answer question # 27, Test 3, section 4.

Will you please answer question # 27, Test 3, section 4. Is it possible to use real numbers in your example? Thanks!

# Q#22, S#4, SAT Test#3

Q#22, S#4, SAT Test#3

# Question #21, section #4, SAT test #3?

Question #21, section #4, SAT test #3?

# Please explain question #8, section #4, SAT test #3! Thanks Mike!

Please explain question #8, section #4, SAT test #3! Thanks Mike!