# SAT Mathematics Practice Test 4

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• 1.
Which of the following numbers is between 3 and 4?
• A.

A. 12/15

• B.

B. 15/4

• C.

C. 17/4

• D.

D. 13/6

• E.

E. 11/6

• 2.
A team of 24 men can complete a job in 18 days working 9 hours per day. How many hours a day would 27 men have to work in order to finish it in 12 days?
• A.

A. 12

• B.

B. 24

• C.

C. 27

• D.

D. 36

• E.

E. 18

• 3.
4 pens cost as much as 6 pencils; 2 pencils cost as much as 4 erasers; If the cost of 1 eraser is \$1, what is the cost of four pens?
• A.

A. \$6

• B.

B. \$3

• C.

C. \$1

• D.

D. \$12

• E.

E. \$18

• 4.
The table given below shows the number of credit points scored by five students in a five week course. Which student has earned total maximum credit points in the course?
• A.

A. Jane

• B.

B. Mike

• C.

C. Mathew

• D.

D. Peter

• E.

E. Stephen

• 5.
If  y = 3/4 xz, what is the value of z when x = 2 and y = 27
• A.

A. 2

• B.

B. 6

• C.

C. 18

• D.

D. 27

• E.

E. 9

• 6.
• A.

A. I and II

• B.

B. I and III

• C.

C. II and III

• D.

D. Only I

• E.

E. Only I

• 7.
If a and b are the lengths of the legs of a right triangle whose hypotenuse is 10 units and whose area is 20 square units, what is the value of (a + b)2?
• A.

A. 120

• B.

B. 10

• C.

C. 20

• D.

D. 100

• E.

E. 180

• 8.
• A.

A. 36

• B.

B. 38

• C.

C. 48

• D.

D. 42

• E.

E. 140

• 9.
If x > 2y and , then which of the following is true?
• A.

A. x > 6z

• B.

B. x < 6z

• C.

C. y < 6/x

• D.

D. z > 6/x

• E.

E. x = 6z

• 10.
• A.

A. A square with an area of 36 square units.

• B.

B. An equilateral triangle with a side of 9 units.

• C.

C. A rectangle with 10 units length and 40 square units area.

• D.

D. A right triangle whose one side is 4 units and hypotenuse 5 units.

• E.

E. All the given figures have the same perimeter.

• 11.
Which of the following is the correct factorization of the quadratic expression 6z2 - 11z + 4?
• A.

A. (3z - 4)(2z - 1)

• B.

B. (3z + 4)(2z - 1)

• C.

C. (3z - 4)(2z + 1)

• D.

D. (3z + 4)(2z + 1)

• E.

E. (2z - 4)(3z - 1)

• 12.
If  a - 5/6 = 1/243, then what does a equal?
• A.

A. 3

• B.

B. 81

• C.

C. 243

• D.

D. 729

• E.

E. 27

• 13.
• A.

A. x + y

• B.

B. xy

• C.

C. xy + 3

• D.

D. x - y

• E.

E. x + y + 1

• 14.
In a group of 15 persons 10 are mathematicians and 8 are statisticians. How many people are both mathematicians and statisticians?
• A.

A. 15

• B.

B. 10

• C.

C. 3

• D.

D. 8

• E.

E. 25

• 15.
A club has 108 members. Two-thirds of them are men and the rest are women. All members are married except for 9 women members. How many married women are there in the club?
• A.

A. 20

• B.

B. 24

• C.

C. 27

• D.

D. 30

• E.

E. 9

• 16.
If p#[email protected] = (p + q + r)(p2 + q2 + r2), then find the value of 8#[email protected]
• A.

A. 15

• B.

B. 80

• C.

C. 120

• D.

D. 135

• E.

E. 1395

• 17.
In the given figure, O is the centre of the circle. Note: Figure not drawn to scale.
• A.

A. 30 degrees

• B.

B. 20 degrees

• C.

C. 50 degrees

• D.

D. 100 degrees

• E.

E. 90 degrees

• 18.
The percent increase from 8 to 14 is equal to the percent increase from 12 to what number.
• A.

A. 21

• B.

B. 28

• C.

C. 14

• D.

D. 16

• E.

E. 24

• 19.
Johnson has to cover a distance of 240 miles, of which
• A.

A. 240

• B.

B. 30

• C.

C. 40

• D.

D. 50

• E.

E. 120

• 20.
• A.

A. 12

• B.

B. 11

• C.

C. 4

• D.

D. 2

• E.

E. 15