# SAT Math Questions and Answers (Q&A)

John Smith
A rectangle with 10 units length and 40 square units area. -option a is not correct. area of the square = 36 square units = s2 or s = 6 units. perimeter of the square= 4s = 4 6 units = 24...Read More

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Christian Jackson, Content Developer
The answer to this is letter E. The first thing that you have to do is to check out the slope that you need to find. It has to be the same with the given slope. Based on the choices, you will be...Read More

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John Smith
|a^2 + b^2 - 1|

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The answer is clearly 2- if one side is 11 and the other is 7 the 3rd side must be long enough to reach look at the possible length of the 3rd side- if the 7 is on one side of the 11 side and the x...Read More

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John Smith
14
2. 11

One side of a triangle must not exceed the sum of the other two sides in length. 11 is greater than 3 + 7, so 11 cannot be a side.

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John Smith
The square root of 2

All non-perfect square roots are irrational. These include the square root of 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and so forth.

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John Smith
-7

First, simplify the left-hand side. a - (4 - a) = 3a + 3 a - 4 + a = 2a + 3 2a - 4 = 3a + 3 Now, solve for a by combining like terms: -4 = a + 3 a = -7

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John Smith
-47

To find F(G(3))-G(F(3)), first find the values: F(3) = 2(3) + 2 = 6 + 2 = 8 G(3) = 3^2 - 1 = 8 Then, substitute 8 in each respective function: F(G(3)) - G(F(3)) = F(8) - G(8)...Read More

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John Smith
8-option a is not correct is not correct. 98765432 is not divisible by 9 as the sum of its digits 44 is not divisible by 9. option b is not correct as 98765432 is not divisible by 7. option c is not...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
The correct answer to this question is A, -5. This answer is found by using the order of operations of math. The acronym PEMDAS is used to represent the order. P stands for parentheses, E for...Read More

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John Smith
-5

First, use the order of operations to find the parenthetical value of (2 \$ 1), which is 21-3 or -1 Next, plug in -1 for (2 \$ 1) to find 3 \$ -1 = 3 -1 - (3 - 1) = -3 - 2 = -5

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John Smith
140

First, you must figure the sum of the measures of the internal angles, which is equal to (n-2)180 or (9-2)180 = 7 180. Then, you should divide this measure by the number of sides to...Read More

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John Smith
Ï€/18

4/pi inches = 1/3 ft. Area = pi r^2 Area = pi (1/3 ft.)^2 Area of 1/2 = 1/2 pi 1 / 9 sqft. pi / 18 sqft.

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John Smith
A. 8

3a = 2b or b = 3/2a 2a + 5b = 2a + 5 3/2a = 8 Or 19a = 16 or a = 16/19 and b = 3/2 16/19 = 24/19 2a + b = 2 16/19 + 24/19 = 56/19

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Wbal
49

2(x-3)=14
2x-6=14
+6=+6
2x=20
DIVIDE BY 2
x=10
input 10 for x. 10^2-6•10+9
100-60+9=49