Can you please explain College Board Test 5 Section 4 #37 and 38? They all use one table.

# cb practice test 5 section 4 question number 15

cb practice test 5 section 4 question number 15

# Test 5 Section 4 #11

Can you work out problem #11 of section four in Official SAT #5?

# Test 5 Section 4 Number 24

Test 5 Section 4 Number 24

# Test 5 Section 4 Number 23

Test 5 Section 4 Number 23

# Test 5 Section 4 Number 22

Test 5 Section 4 Number 22

# Test 5 Section 4 Number 26

Test 5 Section 4 Number 26

# Test 5, Section 4, Questions 25 and 28. How do you get to the answers?

Test 5, Section 4, Questions 25 and 28. How do you get to the answers?

# Test 5, Section 4, Question 20. How do you get to the answer?

Test 5, Section 4, Question 20. How do you get to the answer?

# How do you do Test 5 Section 4 #35?

How do you do Test 5 Section 4 #35?

# Can you do test 5 num 27 (section 4)?

Can you do test 5 num 27 (section 4)?

# Can you please explain College Board Test 5 Section 4 #36?

Can you please explain College Board Test 5 Section 4 #36?

I understand that angle A is half of x- the only part of the college board explanation I’m not understanding is why we do (360-x) while setting up the equation. Thanks!

# I couldn’t find the new tests on the spreadsheet. Could you do SAT test 5, section 4, problem 29 please?

I couldn’t find the new tests on the spreadsheet. Could you do SAT test 5, section 4, problem 29 please?