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…)
Hello! Could you please explain how to answer Question #16 from Section #3 from official practice SAT test #5? Thank you in advance!
This no-calculator prompt is from the Daily Practice app:
Lisa gives her little brother Sam a 15-second (sec) head start in a 300-meter (m) race. During the race, Sam runs at an average speed of 5 m/sec and Lisa runs at an average speed of 8 m/sec, not including the head start.
Which of the following best approximates the number of seconds that had passed when Lisa caught up to Sam?
Test 8 Section 3 #13
Test 4 Section 3 #20 please. Also Mike, I still didn’t know how to answer the question even after I went and reviewed it from the official test breakdown section of your book.
Test 7 Section 3 #14
Test 3 Section 4 #30
Test 3 Section 4 #24
Can you help with 33 in test 7 section 4?
Can you do test 4 section 4 number 35 please?
Could you solve Test 6, Section 4, number 18 for me? Thanks!
Test 4 Section 4 Number 17. Could you give me the explanation for this problem? Thank you!
PSAT #1, Section 4, #25
Test 5, Section 4, Questions 25 and 28. How do you get to the answers?
Practice test 5, Section 3, Prob 15: How would you think through this problem to get the right answer?