# SAT Math Multiple Choice Practice Test 55

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15 questions

22 minutes

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Tropical StormsHurricanesMajor Hurricanes (Cat. 3+)Total
1990–19941623544
1995–19995412066
2000–200418371873
2005–200923371878
Total9117574340

1. The students in an environmental science class will be randomly assigned a storm toresearch, with no two students researching the same storm. Given that the studentswill each be assigned a hurricane or a major hurricane for their reports, what isthe probability that a student will be assigned a storm that occurred prior to 2000?

• A. 0.2618
• B. 0.3574
• C. 0.6426
• D. 0.7324
ABCDEFGH
Nonstopn/a\$340.20\$340.20\$536.20\$380.19\$382.20\$383.95\$429.00
1+ stops\$332.20\$376.70n/a\$363.19\$395.59\$386.20\$392.45\$493.99

2. Airlines C and E offer six nonstop flights each to San Francisco throughout the dayat the prices shown in the table. Each flight on each airline can hold 170 passengers.If all six of Airline C's flights are filled to capacity and all six of Airline E'sflights are filled to 90% capacity on a particular day, how much more revenue doesAirline E generate than Airline C on that day?

• A. \$1,005.21
• B. \$2,010.42
• C. \$20,394.90
• D. \$40,789.80
m < 50,00050,000 ≤ m ≤ 100,000m > 100,000Total
2-Door Car9221748
4-Door Car16483498
SUV19354094
Truck12272160
Total56132112300

3. The table above shows the distribution of vehicles at a used car lot by type and bymileage. According to the data, which type of vehicle on the lot has the smallestpercentage with less than 50,000 miles?

• A. 2-door car
• B. 4-door car
• C. SUV
• D. Truck
m < 50,00050,000 ≤ m ≤ 100,000m > 100,000Total
2-Door Car9221748
4-Door Car16483498
SUV19354094
Truck12272160
Total56132112300

4. Based on the table, if a single vehicle is selected at random from all the vehicleson the lot to be given away in a raffle, what is the probability that it will be anSUV or a truck that has been driven between 50,000 and 100,000 miles?

• A.
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• C.
• D.

5. Which of the following is equivalent to the expression?

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• B.
• C.
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6. Which of the following is equivalent to

• A. 0
• B.
• C.
• D.

7. When completely simplified,has a value of:

• A. 0
• B. 1
• C. 5
• D. 25

8. Which of the following is equivalent to, for all values of x?

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• B.
• C.
• D.

9. Which of the following is the expanded form of?

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10. Ifand y > 0, what is the value of y?

• A. 0
• B. 1
• C. 2
• D. 4

11. Which sequence of steps correctly gives the value ofand algebraically justifies the value?

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• B.
• C.
• D.

12. What is the factored form of?

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13.

Which of the following is equivalent to the expression above?

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14.

The area of a sector of a circle is given by the formula above, where S is the angle measure in degrees of the sector and r is the radius of the circle. Which of the following gives r in terms of A and S?

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• B.
• C.
• D.

15. If, where x > 0 and a > 0, which of the following gives a in terms of x?

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