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259 Answered Questions for the topic SAT

07/15/19

SAT #17 Reading (Question 1)

The description of Celia’s apartment in lines 9-20 is primarily intended to [...]?

07/13/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 51)

Based on data in the figure, which choice is a reasonable conclusion about lunar glass bead green #5?

07/13/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 46)

As used in line 44, ‘resolve’ most nearly means [...]?

07/13/19

SAT #16 Reading (Questions 44-45)

It can reasonably be inferred from the passage that the idea that the Moon was completely arid was reinforced in part because [...]?

07/12/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 41)

The speeches of Luthuli (Passage 1) and Macmillan (Passage 2) differ in their approach to social change in that [...]?

07/12/19

SAT #16 Reading (Questions 37-38)

In Passage 2, Macmillan presents his argument to the South African government by [...]?

07/12/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 33)

Luthuli refers to ‘very nice and pretty phrases’ (line 17) primarily to show that language is being used in order to [...]?
Sat Math

07/11/19

Ten boys agree to paint the gym in five days. If five more boys join in before the work begins, how many days should the painting take?

The possible answers are...a. 3 1/3b. 3 1/2c. 2 1/2 d. 2 3/4

07/10/19

SAT #16 Reading (Questions 30 & 31)

As presented in the passage, the researchers make which assumptions about the bionic leaf that has yet to be substantiated?

07/10/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 25)

The main purpose of the second paragraph (lines 16-31) is to [...]?

07/10/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 22)

The primary purpose of the passage is to [...]?

07/09/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 15)

In lines 61-64, the author includes the quotation from Borgonovi most likely to [...]?

07/09/19

SAT #16 Reading (Questions 16 & 17)

The author most strongly suggests that people who perform altruistic acts benefit partly because of [...]?

07/09/19

SAT #16 Reading (Question 14)

If true, which finding of a survey of the general population would most undermine the author’s interpretation of Lyubomirsky’s study?

07/05/19

SAT #15 Reading (Questions 47 & 48)

The passage suggests that if Seydel had planted wheat or corn on the two agricultural strips in Hartmann’s experiment, the percentage of the surface of each strip covered with weeds would likely... more

07/05/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 46)

Which choice best supports the idea that seeds present in the fields plowed at night are exposed to some amount of light?

07/05/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 43)

According to the passage, exposure to light allows seeds to [...]?

07/04/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 39)

In developing their respective arguments, Beveridge (Passage 1) and Bryan (Passage 2) both express admiration for the [...]?

07/04/19

SAT #15 Reading (Questions 36 & 37)

It can reasonably be inferred from Passage 2 that Bryan considers the preference for national sovereignty over foreign rule to be a [...]?

07/04/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 34)

In the second paragraph of Passage 1 (lines 24-37), the commands given by Beveridge mainly serve to [...]?

07/04/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 33)

“In Passage 1, Beveridge asserts that the resources and immensity of the United States constitute a [...]?”

07/03/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 28)

The sentence in lines 40-42 (“But … mystifying”) serves mainly to [...]?

07/03/19

SAT #15 (Questions 26 & 27)

Which conclusion is best supported by the findings of Olausson’s 1993 experiment?

07/03/19

SAT #15 Reading (Questions 22 & 23)

Based on the passage, textbook authors in the early 1990’s would most likely have expected which condition to result from the blocking of fast fibers?

07/02/19

SAT #15 Reading (Question 21)

Based on figure 2, the engineers surveyed were most skeptical of the idea that in the event of a reallocation of road space, drivers would change [...]?
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