# Can you help me with the plugging in question 8 on pg. 29?

Can you help me with the plugging in question 8 on pg. 29?

# Hi! How do you do question 2 on page 100 from the functions section?

Hi! How do you do question 2 on page 100 from the functions section? I reviewed the solution in the back of the book but still don’t understand.

# March 21 QAS Sec 3 #11

Hi Mike …can you solve & explain? (from QAS March 2021)
Section 3; #11.
y = (x-1)(x+1)(x+2)
The graph in the xy plane of the equation above contains the point (a,b). If -1 < or = a < or = 1, which of the following is NOT a possible value of b?
A) -2
B) -1
C) 0
D) 1

# Test 8 Section 3 Question 6

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! I was wondering what the best way to plug in would be for “example 1” in the “exponents and exponential functions” chapter?

Hi! I was wondering what the best way to plug in would be for “example 1” in the “exponents and exponential functions” chapter?

# On page 28, question 8, when I looked at the solutions, the number 1 was plugged in to solve the problem…

On page 28, question 8, when I looked at the solutions, the number 1 was plugged in to solve the problem. However, on the beginning of the book the author said to never plug 0 and 1…Anyhow, my question is, if never plugging 1 is suggested, how did you know that plugging 1 in would work in your favor for the question(btw I got it right but I didn’t plug 1 in, I thought of other numbers but it did take me longer to figure out the numbers that’d add up to 11)

# How do you solve number 2 on page 28 with the plugging in method?

How do you solve number 2 on page 28 with the plugging in method?

# While flying from Los Angeles to New york, Pat fell asleep after travelling exactly half of the distance. When she woke up, tge distance remaining was half of the distance she travelled while asleep. For what part of the trip was pat asleep?

Let’s work backwards, and use hours instead of distance for ease (assume the plane travels at a constant speed for our purposes). Let’s say when she woke up, she had 1 hour left in her flight. That’s half of the time she was sleeping so she must’ve slept for 2 hours. She first fell asleep (more…)

# Pilar is a salesperson at car company…

Pilar is a salesperson at car company. Each car costs at least \$15,000. For each car she sells, she gets 6% commission of the amount by which selling price exceeds \$10,000. If Pilar sells a car at d dollars, which function gives her the commission in dollars on sale?
A) C(d)=0.06(d-10000)
B) C(d)=0.06(d-15000)
C) C(d)=0.06(10000-d)

# Practice test 8 Calculator #13

Practice test 8 Calculator #13

# A triangle’s base was increased by 15%. If its area is increased by 38%, what percent was the height of the triangle increased by?

A triangle’s base was increased by 15%. If its area is increased by 38%, what percent was the height of the triangle increased by?

# Hey! I stumbled upon this problem while practicing for the SAT. The boiling point of water at sea level is 212 degrees Fahrenheit. For every increase of 1,000 feet above sea level, the boiling point of water drops approximately 1.84 Fahrenheit. Which of the following equations gives the approximate boiling point B, in Fahrenheit, at h feet above sea level? A) B = 212 – 1.84h B) B = 212 – (0.00184)h C) B = 212h D) B = 1.84(212) – 1,000h Can you please help me? Thank you!

One way to make sure you get questions like these right is to plug in some values to see which equation makes sense. For example, you might choose to plug in 0 for h here because you know that at zero feet above sea level the boiling point should be 212° F. Choices C and D (more…)

# 1/2x = a, x + y = 5a…

1/2 x = a

x + y = 5a

In the system of equations above, a is a constant such that 0 <a <1/3. If (x,y) is a solution to the system of equations, what is one possible value of y?

(Answer: 0 < x < 1)

# Test 5 Section 3 #13

Hi. Would it be possible for you to explain #13 on SAT practice test 5 on calculator inactive (the tea bag problem)? I think the main reason I found it confusing was the wording, and the SAT explanation for the answer was also a little bit wordy.
Thanks

# If f and g are functions, where f(x) = x^3 -10x^2 +27x – 18 and g(x) = x^3 – x^2 – 6x…

If f and g are functions, where f(x) = x^3 -10x^2 +27x – 18 and g(x) = x^3 – x^2 – 6x, which of the following gives a relationship between f and g?

A) g(x) = 3 f(x)
B) g(x) = f(x) – 3
C) g(x) = f(x) + 3
D) g(x) = f(x – 3)
E) g(x) = f(x + 3)

Can you solve w/o graphing?