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The new SAT has three math sections: 2 25minute sections and one 20minute section.
Each section presents both multiplechoice and ‘gridin’ questions. Questions are presented in order of difficulty, by type. That means that if questions 1 through 8 are multiple choice and questions 6 through 10 are gridins, question 1 will be the easiest of the multiple choice questions, and question 5 the hardest; and question 6 will be the easiest gridin, and question 8 the hardest.
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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
Each canvas bag will hold exactly 5 pounds of Famous Joe’s tomatoes. How many bags will be necessary to hold 5 kilograms worth of these same tomatoes? (1 kilogram = 2.25 pounds.)
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3 You can’t have a fraction of a bag. (Yes, it is our cruel and sadistic nature to throw such curve balls every so often.)
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3 You can’t have a fraction of a bag. (Yes, it is our cruel and sadistic nature to throw such curve balls every so often.)
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3 You can’t have a fraction of a bag. (Yes, it is our cruel and sadistic nature to throw such curve balls every so often.)

Question 2 of 5
2. Question
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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.
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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.
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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
What is the value of c if 2.4c=96?
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40 96 ÷ 2.4 = 40
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40 96 ÷ 2.4 = 40
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40 96 ÷ 2.4 = 40.

Question 4 of 5
4. Question
An SAT1 student leaves his house at 8:55 a.m. and proceeds to drive at an average speed of 60 miles per hour. How far will he drive by 9:10 a.m?
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15 miles The student will be driving for 15 minutes. At 60 miles per hour, the student will be traveling 1 mile per minute for a total of 15 miles.
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15 miles The student will be driving for 15 minutes. At 60 miles per hour, the student will be traveling 1 mile per minute for a total of 15 miles.
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15 miles The student will be driving for 15 minutes. At 60 miles per hour, the student will be traveling 1 mile per minute for a total of 15 miles.

Question 5 of 5
5. Question
In a group of 15 high school students, 7 play football, 8 play baseball, and 3 do neither. How many students play both football and baseball?
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Drawing a diagram such as the one above can be very helpful for these types of questions. You must make the blackfont numbers add up to exactly 15. If 3 students play neither football or baseball, then 3 must play both.
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Drawing a diagram such as the one above can be very helpful for these types of questions. You must make the blackfont numbers add up to exactly 15. If 3 students play neither football or baseball, then 3 must play both.
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Drawing a diagram such as the one above can be very helpful for these types of questions. You must make the blackfont numbers add up to exactly 15. If 3 students play neither football or baseball, then 3 must play both.