# New SAT Math Grid-Ins Online Practice Test 18: Calculator Section

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1. If –10 < 14 – 2p < 6, what is the greatest possible integer value of 7 – p?

2.

The graph above shows Umberto's distance from home over a one-hour period, during which time he first went to the bank, then went to the post office, and then returned home. How many minutes did Umberto spend at the bank and at the post office combined?

3. Selena is taking a 90-minute test that consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and 30 true-false questions. If she completes 48 questions in 50 minutes, how many seconds per question does she have on average to answer each of the remaining questions?

4.

If is a diameter of the circle shown above, and the arc length of CD is π, what is the area of the shaded region? Use 3.14 to approximate π and round your answer to the nearest tenth.

5. A bag valve mask is used to resuscitate patients who have stopped breathing. It consists primarily of a bag attached to a mask. The mask is fitted to the patient's nose and mouth. Squeezing the bag pushes air through the mask and into the patient's lungs. For sanitary reasons, most of these masks are disposable. Suppose a hospital's mask supplier sells them in boxes of 48 or 144, and the supplier has 35 boxes in stock. If the supplier has 2,832 total masks in stock, how many masks would the hospital receive if it ordered all of the boxes of 144 that the supplier has in stock?

6.

Patricia collected data for a school project, plotted the information on a scatterplot (shown above), and drew the line of best fit. In reviewing her notes, she realized that one of her data points was wrong, so she eliminated that point and redrew the line of best fit. If the new y-intercept of her line is 2 and the slope is steeper than before, what was the y-value of the point she eliminated?

7. A company sponsors a health program for its employees by partnering with a local gym. If employees pay for a yearlong membership at this gym, then for every day the employee uses his or her swipe card to enter the gym (and work out), the company reimburses the employee 0.2% of the cost of the \$220 membership. Additionally, any employee who goes to the gym more than 60% of the days in the year gets one bonus paid day off of work. The company uses a 365-day year.

If 246 employees participate in the program and they each go to the gym an average of 84 days per year, how much money in membership reimbursements will the company pay out? Round your answer to the nearest whole dollar.

8. A company sponsors a health program for its employees by partnering with a local gym. If employees pay for a yearlong membership at this gym, then for every day the employee uses his or her swipe card to enter the gym (and work out), the company reimburses the employee 0.2% of the cost of the \$220 membership. Additionally, any employee who goes to the gym more than 60% of the days in the year gets one bonus paid day off of work. The company uses a 365-day year.

Giving employees additional paid time off also costs the company money because it is paying the salary of an employee who is not actually doing any work on that day. The pie graph below shows gym usage for the 246 employees who participated in the health program. If the average salary of workers who participated was \$14.90 per hour and one day off equals 8 hours, how much did the health program day-off benefit cost the company? Round your answer to the nearest whole dollar.

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