Math Test 2 – SAT 1
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John runs at different speeds as part of his training program. The graph shows his target heart rate at different times during his workout. On which
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2. Question
If y = kx , where k is a constant, and y =24 when x =6, what is the value of y when x =5?
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If 16 + 4x is 10 more than 14, what is the value of 8x ?
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Question 5 of 38
5. Question
Which of the following graphs best shows a strong negative association between d and t ?
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Question 6 of 38
6. Question
A hospital stores one type of medicine in 2decagram containers. Based on the information given in the box above, how many 1milligram doses are there in one 2decagram container?
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Question 7 of 38
7. Question
The number of rooftops with solar panel installations in 5 cities is shown in the graph above. If the total number of installations is 27,500, what is an
appropriate label for the vertical axis of the graph?CorrectIncorrect 
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Question 10 of 38
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At which of the following air temperatures will the speed of a sound wave be closest to 1,000 feet per second?
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Question 12 of 38
12. Question
Based on the histogram above, of the following, which is closest to the average (arithmetic mean) number of seeds per apple?
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Question 13 of 38
13. Question
A group of tenthgrade students responded to a survey that asked which math course they were currently enrolled in. The survey data were broken down as shown in the table above. Which of the following categories accounts for approximately 19 percent of all the survey respondents?
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Question 14 of 38
14. Question
The table above lists the lengths, to the nearest inch, of a random sample of 21 brown bullhead fish. The outlier measurement of 24 inches is an error. Of the mean, median, and range of the values listed, which will change the most if the 24inch measurement is removed from the data?
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Question 17 of 38
17. Question
The complete graph of the function f is shown in the xyplane above. For what value of x is the value of f(x) at its minimum?
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Question 19 of 38
19. Question
A food truck sells salads for $6.50 each and drinks for $2.00 each. The food truck’s revenue from selling a total of 209 salads and drinks in one day was
$836.50. How many salads were sold that day?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 20 of 38
20. Question
Alma bought a laptop computer at a store that gave a 20 percent discount off its original price. The total amount she paid to the cashier was p dollars,
including an 8 percent sales tax on the discounted price. Which of the following represents the original price of the computer in terms of p ?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 21 of 38
21. Question
The data in the table above were produced by a sleep researcher studying the number of dreams people recall when asked to record their dreams for one week. Group X consisted of 100 people who observed early bedtimes, and Group Y consisted of 100 people who observed later bedtimes. If a person
is chosen at random from those who recalled at least 1 dream, what is the probability that the person belonged to Group Y ?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 22 of 38
22. Question
Which of the following best approximates the average rate of change in the annual budget for agriculture/natural resources in Kansas from 2008 to 2010?
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Question 23 of 38
23. Question
Of the following, which program’s ratio of its 2007 budget to its 2010 budget is closest to the human resources program’s ratio of its 2007 budget
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Question 24 of 38
24. Question
Which of the following is an equation of a circle in the xyplane with center (0, 4) and a radius with endpoint
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Question 25 of 38
25. Question
The equation above expresses the approximate height h, in meters, of a ball t seconds after it is launched vertically upward from the ground with an
initial velocity of 25 meters per second. After approximately how many seconds will the ball hit the ground?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 26 of 38
26. Question
Katarina is a botanist studying the production of pears by two types of pear trees. She noticed that Type A trees produced 20 percent more pears than Type B trees did. Based on Katarina’s observation, if the Type A trees produced 144 pears, how many pears did the Type B trees produce?
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Question 27 of 38
27. Question
A square field measures 10 meters by 10 meters. Ten students each mark off a randomly selected region of the field; each region is square and has side
lengths of 1 meter, and no two regions overlap. The students count the earthworms contained in the soil to a depth of 5 centimeters beneath the ground’s
surface in each region. The results are shown in the table below.Which of the following is a reasonable approximation of the number of earthworms to a depth of 5 centimeters beneath the ground’s surface in the entire field?
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Question 29 of 38
29. Question
For a polynomial p(x), the value of p(3) is −2. Which of the following must be true about p(x) ?
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Question 30 of 38
30. Question
Which of the following is an equivalent form of the equation of the graph shown in the xyplane above, from which the coordinates of vertex A can be
identified as constants in the equation?CorrectIncorrect 
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31. Question
Wyatt can husk at least 12 dozen ears of corn per hour and at most 18 dozen ears of corn per hour. Based on this information, what is a possible amount
of time, in hours, that it could take Wyatt to husk 72 dozen ears of corn? Please write only the whole number.CorrectIncorrect 
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32. Question
The posted weight limit for a covered wooden bridge in Pennsylvania is 6000 pounds. A delivery truck that is carrying x identical boxes each weighing
14 pounds will pass over the bridge. If the combined weight of the empty delivery truck and its driver is 4500 pounds, what is the maximum possible value for x that will keep the combined weight of the truck, driver, and boxes below the bridge’s posted weight limit?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 33 of 38
33. Question
According to the line graph above, the number of portable media players sold in 2008 is what fraction of the number sold in 2011 ? You may write the answer in two decimal places.
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Question 34 of 38
34. Question
A local television station sells time slots for programs in 30minute intervals. If the station operates 24 hours per day, every day of the week, what is the
total number of 30minute time slots the station can sell for Tuesday and Wednesday?CorrectIncorrect 
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Question 38 of 38
38. Question
Jessica’s friend Tyshaun found an account that earns 2.5 percent interest compounded annually. Tyshaun made an initial deposit of $100 into this account at the same time Jessica made a deposit of $100 into her account. After 10 years, how much more money will Tyshaun’s initial deposit have earned than Jessica’s initial deposit? (Round your answer to the nearest cent and ignore the dollar sign on the response.)
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