SAT Math Practice Test 1 (Easy) by Solve each problem and select the best of the answer choices provided. The use of a calculator is allowed. 1. Every May, Robo Carwash offers a “Buy 4 Get 2 Free” promotion — for every 4 carwash tickets purchased at $8 per ticket, the customer receives 2 additional carwash tickets for free. What is the true cost per carwash ticket for a customer who takes advantage of the promotion? $6.00 $5.33 $4.00 $6.67 2. Approximately 4 out of every 25,000 males has a genetic mutation resulting in hemophilia. Approximately how many male Americans would be expected to have this genetic mutation if the current male population of America is 163 million? 41,000 1,019,000 65,000 26,000 3. Three kids own a total of 96 comic books. If one of the kids owns 16 of the comic books, what is the average (arithmetic mean) number of comic books owned by the other two kids? 40 42 44 46 4. The table below shows the mass, radius, axis period, radius of orbit, and period of revolution of the Sun and the planets in our solar system. Based on the table, if Earth, Mars, or Jupiter was chosen at random, what is the probability that the chosen planet’s mass would be greater than 10 × 1024 ? 13% 33% 66% 100% 5. The table above shows the linear relationship between the capacity of a device’s battery and the length of time it can be used before it must be recharged. What battery capacity, c, would be expected to provide 21 hours of usage? 2700 2800 2900 3000 6. The sum of two positive integers is 13. The difference between these numbers is 7. What is their product? 12 22 30 40 7. The vertex of a parabolic function is located at (5,−4). One of its zeros (x-intercepts) occurs at x = 7. Where will its other zero (x-intercept) be located? x = 12 x = 3 x = 0 x = 9 8. A bird traveled 72 miles in 6 hours flying at constant speed. At this rate, how many miles did the bird travel in 5 hours? 12 30 60 14.4 9. What is the difference between the median and the mode in the following set of data? 72, 44, 58, 32, 34, 68, 94, 22, 67, 45, 58 0 2 4 6 10. If David has twice as many nickels as Tom, and Tom has 15 more nickels than John, what is the value in dollars of David’s nickels if John has 6 nickels? $2.10 $1.40 $42.00 $21.00 11. There are 5 pencil-cases on the desk. Each pencil-case contains at least 10 pencils, but not more than 14 pencils. Which of the following could be the total number of pencils in all five pencil-cases? 35 45 65 75 12. The price of Kryptokoin over an 8 month period is shown in the illustration. Paul takes cash from his shoebox and buys 10 of the coins in April. Three months later he sells 5 of the coins, and in August he sells the remaining 5 coins. He puts the cash from each of these sales back in the shoebox. Assuming no other cash was taken or added, by what amount has the cash in the shoebox increased? $2250 $750 $1250 $450 13. You’ve been tasked with creating the rectangular pen (fenced-in area) shown above using a maximum of 300 m of fence. The pen must have an area of at least 5400 m2. What set of inequalities should be used to best describe the requirements? 2l+2w≤300 l⋅w≥5400 l+w≤300 l⋅w≤5400 2l+2w≤300 2l⋅2w≥5400 l+w≤300 2l⋅2w≥5400 14. A “Triangle” is any positive integer greater than 1 that has only three positive integer factors: itself, its square root, and 1. Which of the following is a Triangle? 169 100 36 81 15. Table A shows the Speed of a vehicle as a function of an “Input Setting”. Graph B shows the Efficiency of the same vehicle as a function of Speed. What “Input Setting” will result in the maximum Efficiency for this vehicle? 20 8 0 2 Loading … Question 1 of 15