Linear Inequality and Equation Word Problems [General SAT (College Board) Mathematics]: Questions 1  4 of 22
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Question number: 1
Appeared in Year: 2010
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MCQ▾Ellen washed x cars each day for 5 days, which of the following represents the total number of cars Ellen washed during this period? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a. 
 
b. 
 
c. 
 
d. 
 
e. 

Question number: 2
Appeared in Year: 2010
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MCQ▾A colony of bacteria grows such that days after the start of an experiment, the number of bacteria is , where is the number of bacteria at the start of the experiment. If there are 10,000 bacteria 6 days after the experiment’s start, what is the value of ? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a.  5,000  
b.  1,250  
c.  2,500  
d.  3,333  
e.  1,667 
Question number: 3
Appeared in Year: 2008
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MCQ▾A fitness center purchased a number of exercise machines: 4 costing each, 8 costing each, and x costing each, where x is a positive odd integer. If the median price for all the exercise machines purchased by the fitness center was , what is the greatest possible value of x? (January)
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Choice (5)  Response  

a.  11  
b.  14  
c.  10  
d.  15  
e.  12 
Question number: 4
Appeared in Year: 2008
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MCQ▾Figures I and II above show two stacks of identical pails and their heights. If is the number of pails in a stack and , the height of the stack, in inches, is given by . The number 2 in the equation represents what quantity shown in Figure III? (January)
Choices
Choice (5)  Response  

a.  , the height of one pail  
b.  , the height of the overlap of two pails  
c.  , the volume of the bottom pail that remains after the second pail is stacked on top of it.  
d.  , the diameter of the bottom of each pail  
e.  , the distance between the top of one pail and the top of the next pail in the stack 