Over the last few years, the SAT has lost a tremendous amount of market share to the ACT.
Over 1.84 million high school graduates sat for the ACT in 2014, while only 1.67 million took the SAT.
The College Board changed the SAT to look more like its competitor.
Both exams now feature:
*An optional essay
*Longer sections – The old SAT had 10 sections. Each...
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This is a Sat Math question and I need help in how they got the answer. The answer is 74. Thanks in advance.

On a wheelchair, the circumference of the rear wheels Is x inches, and the circumference of the front wheels is y inches. If the chair is pushed until its rear wheels have made 100 revolutions, how...

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In the xy-coordinate plane, the coordinates of point A are (4,3). If point B is the reflection of point A over the x-axis and point C is the reflection of point B over the y-axis, then point C is...

summer vacation is the perfect time for starting to study for the fall college admissions tests. It's also a great time to keep those math skills up so that you don't lose any of the skills that you learned last year. So many students lose so much of the skills that they have gained in the past year, and math is just like anything else, don't practice and you'll lose all that you learned...

Almost every college or university requires students to submit an ACT or SAT score. This score affects not only your admission application but also scholarship opportunities and which classes you will be able to enroll in. The vast majority of students do little to no preparation work before taking these exams. They may feel that all their hard work in high school should have...
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Standardized test math doesn't behave like normal math. On a normal math test, your knowledge of the concepts and material is being tested, using (hopefully) fair test questions. On a standardized test, though, they're looking for you to think outside the box, to apply math concepts and algorithms to unusual situations, and to really understand what they're looking for and find the quickest way...
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How would I find then number. I have tried dividing but that didn't work.

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Salary of Mr. X is 50% more than salary of Mr. Y. What percent of Mr. X's salary is Mr.Y's?

During the school year, my students balance classes, sports, social lives, and sleep. Their schedules are hectic. During tutoring lessons, students often only have time to focus on the immediate assignments at hand in their classes. We usually have little time for test prep unless the student and parent has specifically requested that we focus solely on the SAT or ACT. So, when is the best time...
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Twice the sum of two consecutive integers is 10 less than 5 times the smaller integer. Find the greater integer.

The result when a number is divided by 3 is equal to the result when that same number is divided by 4. What is that number?

If f (x)=2x+5 and g (x) =1 -x^2, then what is f (g(-2))?

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For what value of t does 2t-1 over 3t+4 = 2? *
*the over is means the problem is setup like a fraction

The question seems simple to answer, but I have no idea how to solve it. The answer for it is "2". Please explain in details, and if possible, which rules I can find in the textbook. Thank...

Find the distance between points X (-3, 5) & Y (4, 2)
Then find the midpoints between points X & Y from the previous problem.