Hello Mike, I was struggling to make sense of question #6 on the Math (No calculator) section on the SAT Practice Test #8. Can you please explain the steps to properly solve it. Thank you for your time.

# Hi Mike, can you explain how to solve SAT 8, Section 3, #6 as a “system of equations?” Thanks.

Hi Mike, can you explain how to solve SAT 8, Section 3, #6 as a “system of equations?” Thanks.

# SAT 8, Section 3, Number 7

Hi Mike, I’m asking about SAT 8, Section 3, Number 7. Is it always best to immediately plug in answer choices on questions like this? For the algebraic practice, I rewrote the equation as a quadratic and solved for (x=5) and (x= -1). Then sub’d each value back into the given equation to find that only (x=5) worked. OK…but what a time-killer at #7 out of 20. Any other solution path to consider? Thanks!

# Test 8 Section 3 #13

Test 8 Section 3 #13

# Test 8 Section 3 #12

Test 8 Section 3 #12

# Test 8 Section 3 #15

Test 8 Section 3 #15

# Test 8 Section 3 #14

Test 8 Section 3 #14

# Test 8 Section 3 #18. Is there a fast way to get this?

Test 8 Section 3 #18. Is there a fast way to get this?

# Test 8 Section 3 #20

Test 8 Section 3 #20

# How would you do practise test 8, section 3 question 11?

Hi Mike. How would you do practise test 8, section 3 question 11? Can you explain the whole polynomials to an odd/even degree etc. The collegeboard answer was a little confusing

Thank you!