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SAT Math No Calculator (Grid In) Practice Questions
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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
Mike the Mechanic charges $10 more for oil changes than tire rotations. If he provides nine of each service in a given day and records $450 of revenue, how much does he charge for an oil change? (Please write your answer without the $ symbol!)
Correct
Answer: $30
Explanation: You can define the price of an oil change as (x + 10) and the price of a tire rotation as x. Or the price of an oil change as x and the price of a tire rotation as (x – 10). In the first case you would solve 9 (x + 10) + 9x = $450 to determine x is $20 and the price of an oil change, which is $10 higher is $30.Incorrect
Answer: $30
Explanation: You can define the price of an oil change as (x + 10) and the price of a tire rotation as x. Or the price of an oil change as x and the price of a tire rotation as (x – 10). In the first case you would solve 9 (x + 10) + 9x = $450 to determine x is $20 and the price of an oil change, which is $10 higher is $30. 
Question 2 of 5
2. Question
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Answer: 5/6
Explanation: 5/6 Did you remember to simplify this question? Even if you didn’t it still should not have been much more strenuous. Don’t let such awkward word problems frustrate you during the exam. Anyone can make up such ridiculous functions — including ourselves and the nice folks that write the real SAT.Incorrect
Answer: 5/6
Explanation: 5/6 Did you remember to simplify this question? Even if you didn’t it still should not have been much more strenuous. Don’t let such awkward word problems frustrate you during the exam. Anyone can make up such ridiculous functions — including ourselves and the nice folks that write the real SAT. 
Question 3 of 5
3. Question
Solve for the real value of x.Correct
Answer: 4
Explanation: The equation can be simplified to x(x – 2)(x – 3) = 8.Incorrect
Answer: 4
Explanation: The equation can be simplified to x(x – 2)(x – 3) = 8. 
Question 4 of 5
4. Question
Questions 4 and 5 refer to the following right triangle:
Note: This is not drawn to scale.
Question 4:
What is the value of sinC?Correct
Answer: 0.5
Explanation: ∠C is 30 degrees (180 – 90 – 60) and the sine of 30 degrees is 0.5Incorrect
Answer: 0.5
Explanation: ∠C is 30 degrees (180 – 90 – 60) and the sine of 30 degrees is 0.5 
Question 5 of 5
5. Question
What is the radian measure of ∠C as a fraction of π?
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Answer: 1/6
Explanation: Multiply 30° by π/180°. Since we wanted to test your knowledge of radians and “π” doesn’t fit on the grid in (nor our software!), the answer is 1/6.Incorrect
Answer: 1/6
Explanation: Multiply 30° by π/180°. Since we wanted to test your knowledge of radians and “π” doesn’t fit on the grid in (nor our software!), the answer is 1/6.