## ACT Test Preparation – Practice Test Questions and Test Prep Tools #baby #questions #and #answers

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#### General Test Tips

• Carefully read the instructions on the cover of the test booklet .
• Read the directions for each test carefully.
• Pace yourself—don’t spend too much time on a single passage or question.
• Pay attention to the announcement of five minutes remaining on each test.
• Use a soft-lead No. 2 pencil with a good eraser. Do not use a mechanical pencil or ink pen; if you do, your answer document cannot be scored accurately.
• Answer the easy questions first, and then go back and answer the more difficult ones if you have time remaining on that test.
• On difficult questions, eliminate as many incorrect answers as you can, then make an educated guess among those remaining.
• Answer every question. Your scores on the multiple-choice tests are based on the number of questions you answer correctly. There is no penalty for guessing.
• If you complete a test before time is called, recheck your work on that test.
• Mark your answers properly. Erase any mark completely and cleanly without smudging.
• Do not mark or alter any ovals on a test or continue writing the essay after time has been called. If you do, you will be dismissed and your answer document will not be scored.

#### Multiple-Choice Tips

English
• Be aware of the writing style used in each passage.
• Consider the elements of writing that are included in each underlined portion of the passage. Some questions will ask you to base your decision on some specific element of writing, such as the tone or emphasis the text should convey.
• Be aware of questions with no underlined portions—that means you will be asked about a section of the passage or about the passage as a whole.
• Examine each answer choice and determine how it differs from the others. Many of the questions in the test will involve more than one aspect of writing.
• Determine the best answer. Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.

Mathematics
• Read each question carefully to make sure you understand the type of answer required.
• If you choose to use a calculator, be sure it is permitted, is working on test day, and has reliable batteries. Use your calculator wisely.
• Solve the problem.

• Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.
• Refer to the passage(s) when answering the questions.

Science
• Refer to the scientific information in the passage when answering the question.
• Read and consider all of the answer choices before you choose the one that best responds to the question.
• Note conflicting viewpoints in some passages.

• Review the latest information on permitted and prohibited calculators.
• You are not required to use a calculator. All the problems can be solved without a calculator.
• If you regularly use a calculator in your mathematics work, use one you’re familiar with when you take the mathematics test. Using a more powerful, but unfamiliar, calculator is not likely to give you an advantage over using the kind you normally use.

## Test Booklet Instructions

The following instructions are printed on the cover of the multiple-choice test booklet. The instructions for the ACT writing test are different.

This booklet contains tests in English, mathematics, reading, and science. These tests measure skills and abilities highly related to high school course work and success in college. Calculators may be used on the mathematics test only.

The questions in each test are numbered, and the suggested answers for each question are lettered. On the answer document, the rows of ovals are numbered to match the questions, and the ovals in each row are lettered to correspond to the suggested answers.

For each question, first decide which answer is best. Next, locate on the answer document the row of ovals numbered the same as the question. Then, locate the oval in that row lettered the same as your answer. Finally, fill in the oval completely. Use a soft lead pencil and make your marks heavy and black. Do not use ink or a mechanical pencil.

Mark only one answer to each question. If you change your mind about an answer, erase your first mark thoroughly before marking your new answer. For each question, make certain that you mark in the row of ovals with the same number as the question.

Only responses marked on your answer document will be scored. Your score on each test will be based only on the number of questions you answer correctly during the time allowed for that test. You will not be penalized for guessing. It is to your advantage to answer every question even if you must guess.

You may work on each test only when your test supervisor tells you to do so. If you finish a test before time is called for that test, you should use the time remaining to reconsider questions you are uncertain about in that test. You may not look back to a test on which time has already been called, and you may not go ahead to another test. To do so will disqualify you from the examination.

Lay your pencil down immediately when time is called at the end of each test. You may not for any reason fill in or alter ovals for a test after time is called for that test. To do so will disqualify you from the examination.

Do not fold or tear the pages of your test booklet.

DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO.

## Writing Test Booklet Instructions

The following instructions are printed on the cover of the writing test booklet.

This is a test of your writing skills. You will have forty (40) minutes to read the prompt, plan your response, and write an essay in English. Before you begin working, read all material in this test booklet carefully to understand exactly what you are being asked to do.

You will write your essay on the lined pages of the answer document provided. Your writing on those pages will be scored. You may use the unlined pages in this test booklet to plan your essay. Your work on these pages will not be scored.

Your essay will be evaluated based on the evidence that it provides of your ability to:

• analyze and evaluate multiple perspectives on a complex issue
• state and develop your own perspective on the issue
• explain and support your ideas with logical reasoning and detailed examples
• clearly and logically organize your ideas in an essay
• effectively communicate your ideas in standard written English

Lay your pencil down immediately when time is called.

DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

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What, Who, Where, When and Why

Many young children demonstrate difficulty answering Wh questions with a complete and appropriate response. Use the worksheets, listed at the bottom of the page, as a way to practice the different question forms at home.

1. Give your child 2 choices, and see if they can pick the correct answer

2. See if your child can point to the picture first, then model the correct answer for them.

1. Try mixing up all the pictures and asking different questions each time.

2. Try to ask more questions about the same picture (e.g. “what do we do with a hammer?”, “what could you build with a hammer?”, “what does hammer look like?”, etc.).

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# Free ACT Math Test Practice Questions with Answers sample 1

60 Math questions. with answers and detailed solutions. similar to the questions in the ACT math test. The answers are at the bottom of the page.

1. 4 x 10 -5 =
A) – 40,000
B) – 200
C) 0.0004
D) 0.00004
E) 0.20

2. Which of the following is equivalent to (x)(x)(x)(x 3 ), for all x?
A) 4x
B) 6x
C) x 6
D) 4x 6
E) 4x 4

3. There are 15 balls in a box: 8 balls are green, 4 are blue and 3 are white. Then 1 green and 1 blue balls are taken from the box and put away. What is the probability that a blue ball is selected at random from the box?
A) 3/13
B) 4/15
C) 3/15
D) 4/13
E) 2/13
4. The length of a rectangle is 3 times its width. If the width of the rectangle is 5 inches, what is the rectangle’s area, in square inches?
A) 15
B) 20
C) 30
D) 75
E) 40

For all x 2, (2x 2 + 2x – 12) / (x – 2) simplifies to
A) 2(x – 2)
B) x + 3
C) 2(x + 3)(x – 2)
D) x – 2
E) 2(x + 3)

5. If the hypotenuse of a right triangle is 10 inches long and one of its legs is 5 inches long, how long is the other leg?
A) 5
B) 5 3
C) 5 5
D) 75
E) 10 – 5
6. In the standard (x,y) coordinate plane, the graph of (x + 3) 2 + (y + 5) 2 = 16 is a circle. What is the circumference of the circle, expressed in coordinate units?
A) 4
B) 5
C) 3
D) 8
E) 25
7. How many solutions are there to the equation x 2 – 7 = 0?
A) 1
B) 2
C) 4
D) 7
E) 14
8. A circle with center (4,-5) is tangent to the y-axis in the standard (x,y) coordinate plane. What is the radius of this circle?
A) 4
B) 5
C) (41)
D) 16
E) 25
9. Angle A is an acute angle and sin(A) = 11/14. What is the value of cos(A)?
A) 3/14
B) 3 / 14
C) 5 3 / 14
D) (3/14)
E) 5/14

10. What are the values of a and b. if any, where – a|b + 4| 0.
A) a 0 and b -4
B) a 0 and b 4
C) a 0 and b -4
D) a 0 and b -4
E) a 0 and b -4
11. In a shipment of televisions, 1/50 of the televisions are defective. What is the ratio of defective to non defective televisions?
A) 1/200
B) 1/50
C) 1/49
D) 49/1
E) 50/1
12. Which of the following is divisible (with no remainder) by 4?
A) 214133
B) 510056
C) 322569
D) 952217
E) 214395
13. A particle travels 1 x 10 6 meters per second in a straight line for 5 x 10 -6 seconds. How many meters has it traveled?
A) 2 x 10 11
B) 5 x 10 12
C) 5 x 10 -12
D) 5
E) 5 x 10 -36
14. The length of sides AB and AC in the triangle below are equal. What is the measure of angle A?

A) 70 o
B) 55 o
C) 40 o
D) 110 o
E) 20 o

15. In the figure below ABC is an equilateral triangle. AH is perpendicular to BC and has a length of 2 3 inches. What is the area, in square inches, of triangle ABC.

A) 12
B) 2 3
C) 4 3
D) 8 3
E) cannot be determined from the given information

16. If 8y = 3x – 11, then x =
A) (88/3) y
B) (8/3) y + 11
C) (8/3) y – 11
D) (8y – 11)/3
E) (8y + 11)/3
17. Which of the statements describes the solution set for -2(x + 8) = -2x + 20?
A) x = – 2 only
B) x = 0 only
C) x = 20 only
D) There are no solution for this equation.
E) All real numbers are solutions of this equation.
18. When graphed in the (x,y) coordinate plane, at what point do the lines 2x + 3y = 5 and x = -2 intersect?
A) (-2,0)
B) (-2,5)
C) (0,5/3)
D) (0,5)
E) (-2,3)
19. The area of a trapezoid is 0.5 h (b1 + b2), where h is the altitude, and b1 and b2 are the lengths of the parallel bases. If a trapezoid has an altitude of 15 inches, an area of 105 square inches, and one of the bases 22 inches, what is the perimeter, in inches, of the trapezoid?
A) 8
B) 45
C) 60
D) 30
E) This trapezoid does not exist.
20. If you drove at average speed of 66 miles per hour, what distance, in miles, did you drive in 99 minutes?
A) 1.5
B) 0.7
C) 65.34
D) 108.9
E) 150
21. If x and y are any real numbers such that 0 x 2 y. which of these must be true?
A) x (xy)/2 y
B) 0 xy 2x
C) x xy 2
D) 0 xy 2
E) xy y
22. In the right triangle ABC below, what is the cosine of angle A?
23. The graph of y = 2/(x – 3) is shown below

Among the following, which is the best possible graphical representation of y = -2/|x – 3|

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24. What is the slope of the line
4x = -3y + 8
A) 4
B) -3/4
C) -4/3
D) 2
E) 8
25. In the figure below, B is on AD. BAC and ACB measure 26� and 131� respectively. What is the measure of CBD?

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26. Which of the following is equal to 45
A) 15
B) 5 3
C) 9 5
D) 3 5
E) 3

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# Free Compass Math Test Practice Questions with Answers – Sample 1

Math questions, with answers, similar to the questions in the compass math test are presented. The questions are designed to reflect the major topics covered in the compass test: Numerical skills/pre-Algebra, algebra. college algebra, geometry and trigonometry. The answers are at the bottom of the page and the solutions with full explanations to these questions are also included.

## A – Numerical Skills/Pre-Algebra

1. In scientific notation, 3.0 x 10 -5 + 0.0000022 =

A) 3.5 x 10 -5
B) 3.22 x 10 -5
C) 5.2 x 10 -6
D) 3.5 x 10 -6
E) 5.2 x 10 -11

is calculated and the fraction obtained reduced to simplest form, then what is its numerator?
A) 12
B) 8
C) 7
D) 6
E) 3

2. A shop owner increased the selling price of a shirt from $20 to$26. By what percentage was the price increased?
A) 6
B) 26
C) 30
D) 46
E) 60
3. Tom worked for 6 hours and was paid $5.50 per hour. He then went shopping and bought two magazines at$9.50 each and a pen at $8.25. How much money does Tom have left? A)$60.25
B) $15.25 C)$33
D) $27.25 E)$5.75
4. Bill bought 1(3/4) pounds of Cheddar cheese, 3.75 pounds of blue cheese and 4(1/2) pounds of goat cheese. How many pounds of cheese did Bill buy?
A) 8
B) 7.75
C) 9.25
D) 10
E) 7

5. In a certain school, 40% of all students are 8 years old or younger. The number of the remaining students is 120. How many students are 8 years old or younger?
A) 80
B) 160
C) 480
D) 320
E) 740
6. 1/5 of students in a school have no brothers or sisters. Of the remaining students, 40% have 1 brother or sister. What percent of all students have more than 1 brother or sister?
A) 60
B) 80
C) 48
D) 20
E) 45
7. A car hire company offers two plans A and B. In plan A, a customer pays a flat fee of $20 for the day plus 5 cents for each kilometer. In plan B, a customer pays a flat fee of$15 for the day plus 7 cents for each kilometer. For how many kilometers would a customer pay the same amount for the two plans?
A) 1000
B) 800
C) 242
D) 400
E) 250
8. Joe worked part time for x hours and earned y dollars. How much does he earn if he works z hours?
A) yz/x
B) z/(xy)
C) xyz
D) zx/y
E) xy/z
9. In a science test, a class of 30 students had an average of 80. The 20 girls in the class had an average of 85. What is the average of the 10 boys in the class?
A) 60
B) 70
C) 80
D) 85
E) 90

## B – Algebra

10. If a = -2 and b = -2, what is the value of (a 3 – 1) / (b – 1)
A) 3
B) -9
C) -3
D) 9
E) 6
11. x is a variable such that if 20% of it is added to its fifth the result is equal to 12 subtracted from seven tenths of x. Find x.
A) 0.2
B) 1/5
C) 7/10
D) 20
E) 40
12. The area A of a trapezoid is given by the formula A = 0.5(b + B)h, where b and B are the sizes of the bases and h the size of the height of the trapezoid. Express B in terms of A, b and h.
A) 0.5Ah – b
B) 2A/h – b
C) (2A – b)/h
D) 2A/h + b
E) (2A + b)/h
13. Tom, Linda and Alex have 120 dollars. Alex has the third of what Tom has and Linda has twice as much as Alex. How much money, in dollars, does Linda have? A) 10 B) 20 C) 40 D) 60 E) 80 14. Which of the following is equivalen to 6x 2 – 11x – 2? A) (6x – 1)(x + 2) B) (3x – 1)(2x + 2) C) (3x + 1)(2x – 2) D) (6x + 1)(x – 2) E) (x + 1)(6x – 2) 15. Which of the following is a factor of x 2 – 7x – 8? A) x + 1 B) x + 8 C) x + 7 D) x – 1 E) x – 7 16. (2xy 2 – 3x 2 y) – (2x 2 y 2 – 4x 2 y) = A) 2x 2 y 2 B) -2x 2 y 2 -7x 2 y – 2x 2 y 2 C) -2x 2 y 2 + x 2 y – 2x 2 y 2 D) 2x 2 y 2 + x 2 y – 2x 2 y 2 E) -2x 2 y 2 + x 2 y + 2xy 2 17. During the same journey, Stuart drove x miles for 2 hours, and 200 miles for 3 hours. Find x if the average speed for the entire journey is 70 miles per hour. A) 166 B) 167 C) 150 D) 140 E) 120 18. Given the equations of the lines (I) 2y + 3x = 3 (II) -3y – 2x = 5 (III) -6y + 4x = 9, (IV) 2y + 6x = 9 which two lines are perpendicular? A) (I) and (II) B) (II) and (III) C) (III) and (IV) D) (I) and (III) E) (IV) and (II) 19. If f(x) = (x + 1) 2. then f(t + 2) = A) t 2 + 2t + 4 B) t 2 + 4 C) t 2 + 6t + 9 D) t 2 + 9 E) t 2 + 2t + 1 20. For x 0 and y 0, ( x + y) ( x – y) – ( x – y) 2 = A) -2 x y – 2y B) x – y C) 0 D) -2 x y + 2y E) 2 x y – 2y 21. What is the slope of the line whose equation is given by x/2 – y/4 = 7 A) 2 B) 1/2 C) -1/4 D) -1/2 E) -2 22. In a standard rectangular system of axes, point A has the coordinates (2. 1). What must be the coordinates of point B if M(3. 2) is the midpoint of the segment AB? ## C – College Algebra 23. ## Free SAT Math Test Practice Questions with Answers Sample 1 #answers #for #questions #answers for math # # Free SAT Math Test Practice Questions with Answers Sample 1 A set of 25 Math questions, with answers and detailed solutions similar to the questions in the SAT math test. The answers are at the bottom of the page. 1. What is the area, in square feet, of the triangle whose sides have lengths equal to 10, 6 and 8 feet? 2. 3 102 + 9*3 100 + 3 103 /3 =. A) 3 101 B) 3 102 C) 3 103 D) 3 104 E) 3 105 3. Of the 80 students in class, 25 are studying German, 15 French and 13 Spanish. 3 are studying German and French; 4 are studying French and Spanish; 2 are studying German and Spanish; and none is studying all 3 languages at the same time. How many students are not studying any of the three languages? 4. In the figure below, AB is a diameter of the large circle. The centers C1 and C2 of the smaller circles are on AB. The two small circles are congruent and tangent to each other and to the larger circle. The circumference of circle C1 is 8 Pi. What is the area of the large circle? A) 64Pi B) 32Pi C) 156Pi D) 128Pi E) 16Pi 5. Round (202) 2 to the nearest hundred. A) 40,000 B) 48,000 C) 40,800 D) 47,000 E) 49,000 6. If w workers, working at equal rates, can produce x toys in n days, how many days it takes c workers, working at same equal rates, to produce y toys? 7. A number of the form 213ab, where a and b are digits, has a reminder less than 10 when divided by 100. The sum of all the digits in the above number is equal to 13. Find the digit b. 8. Find a negative value of x that satisfies the equation [(x+1) 2 – (2x + 1)] 1/2 + 2|x| – 6 = 0 A) -5 B) -4 C) -3 D) -2 E) -1 9. The equation 1/a + 1/|a| = 0 has A) an infinite number of solutions B) no solutions C) 1 solution only D) 2 solutions only E) 3 solutions only 10. The inequality x 2 – 2x + 1 0 has A) no solutions B) a set of solutions C) 1 solution only D) 2 solutions only E) 3 solutions only 11. In the figure below, AC is parallel to DE. AE, FG and CD intersect at the point B. FG is perpendicular to AC and DE. The length of DE is 5 inches, the length of BG is 8 inches and the length of AC is 6 inches. What is the area, in square inches, of triangle ABC? . 12. Points A, B and C are defined by their coordinates in a standard rectangular system of axes. What positive value of b makes triangle ABC a right triangle with AC its hypotenuse? 13. Line L passes through the points (-2,0) and (0,a ). Line LL passes through the points (4,0) and (6,2). What value of a makes the two lines parallel? 14. a, b, c and d are numbers of different values such that a + b = d a*b*c = 0 Which of the 4 numbers MUST be equal to 0? A) 10,000 B) 209,000 C) 289,000 D) 290,000 E) 40,000 15. For what value of k will the two equations 2x + 4 = 4(x – 2) and -x + k = 2x – 1 have the same solution? 16. An object travels at fifteen feet per minute. How many feet does it travel in 24 minutes and 40 seconds? 17. In the figure below, DE is parallel to CB and the ratio (length of AE / length of EB) is 4. If the area of triangle AED is 20 square inches, what is the area, in square inches, of triangle ABC? . A) 31.25 B) 80 C) 320 D) 1,600 E) The area of triangle ABC cannot be determined from the given information. 18. If f(n) = n + n, where n is a positive integer, which of the following would be a value of f(n)? I) 5 II) 10 III) 12 A) III only B) None C) I and III only D) I, II and III only E) II and III only 19. If a and b are both even numbers, which of the following COULD be and odd integer? A) (a + b) 2 B) a 2 + b 2 C) (a + 1) 2 + (b + 1) 2 D) (a + 1)*(b + 1) – 1 E) (a + 1) / (b + 1) 20. If x is a negative number, which of the following must be true? I) x 5 |x| II) x (-x) III) x – 1/|x| 0 A) I, II and III B) I and II only C) None D) II and III only E) I and III only 21. If n is a positive integer such that n! / (n – 2)! = 342, find n. 22. What is the sum of the reciprocals of the solutions to the equation x 2 – (3/5)x = -11/3 A) 3/5 B) 5/3 C) 9/55 D) -11/3 E) 94/65 23. A number is given as 987562153ab where a and b are digits. 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In a gas or a liquid, the molecules are in perpetual motion; for instance, in a quantity of seemingly immobile air, molecules of nitrogen and oxygen are constantly bouncing off each other. In solids, there is a miniscule degree of diffusion, which rises in proportion to the temperature of the substance. 3. D: The number of protons in an atom is the atomic number. Protons are the fundamental positive unit of an atom and are located in the nucleus. In a neutral atom (an atom with neither positive nor negative charge), the number of protons in the nucleus is equal to the number of electrons orbiting the nucleus. In written form, the atomic number is the subscript in front of the element’s symbol, for example: 13Al. Atomic mass is the average mass of the various isotopes of a given element; atomic identity and atomic weight are not chemistry concepts. 4. C: CH could be an empirical formula. An empirical formula is the smallest expression of a chemical formula. To be empirical, a formula must be incapable of being reduced. For this reason, answer choices A, B, and D are incorrect, as they could all be reduced to a simpler form. Note that empirical formulas are not the same as compounds, which do not have to be irreducible. Two compounds can have the same empirical formula but different molecular formulas. The molecular formula represents the actual number of atoms in the molecule. 5. E: The charge must be conserved in the reaction. Since the reactants, the two helium atoms, each have two protons, they will have a total electric charge of +4. The reaction product, helium-4, also has two protons, and therefore has a total charge of +2. Two positive charges are lacking to balance the reaction. Of the choices given, only E, with two protons, has a charge of +2. 6. B: Since tritium is an isotope of hydrogen, the nucleus contains a single proton, giving it a charge of +1. The extra neutrons do not contribute to the charge. 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Some solved problems are given below: ### Solved Examples Question 1: A vehicle covers a distance of 60 m in 20 seconds. Calculate the Vehicle’s speed? Solution: According to the formula of speed, We know that Speed =$\frac

Question 2: If an electrical lamp lights for 2 hours drawing current of 0.4 A. Calculate the amount of charge that passed through the lamp?
Solution:

Given: Current, I = 0.4 A,
Time, t = 2hours
t = 2 $\times$ 60 $\times$ 60 = 7200 seconds
Q =.
Amount of charge, Q = It
= 0.4 $\times$ 7200
= 2.88 $\times$ 10 3 C.

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Some solved practice problems are mentioned below:

### Solved Examples

Question 1: Obtain the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the earth.
Given, Radius of earth R = 6.37 $\times$ 10 3 km,
Mass of earth M = 5.98 $\times$ 10 24 kg,
Gravitational constant G = 6.67300 $\times$ 10 -11 m 3 kg -1 s -2

Equation of force,
F = $\frac>$
where F is the force,
m is the mass of the body,
g is the acceleration due to gravity,
M is the mass of the Earth,
R is the radius of the Earth and
G is the gravitational constant
F = $\frac>$ = m $\times$ a.
The acceleration due to gravity is given by
a = $\frac>$
= $\frac<6.67300 × 10^<-11> m^<3> kg^<-1> s^<-2> \times 5.98 \times 10^<24> kg><6.37 \times 10^<3> m>^<2>$.
= 9.8 m/s 2 .

Question 2: An electric Heater is connected to a 220 V mains supply and draws a current of 5 A. Calculate the Power rating of the Heater?
Solution:

Current drawn I = 5 A
$\therefore$ Power rating P = V $\times$ I
= 220 $\times$ 5
= 1100 W.
Thus the Power rating is 1100 W.

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The following instructions are printed on the cover of the multiple-choice test booklet. The instructions for the ACT writing test are different.

This booklet contains tests in English, mathematics, reading, and science. These tests measure skills and abilities highly related to high school course work and success in college. Calculators may be used on the mathematics test only.

The questions in each test are numbered, and the suggested answers for each question are lettered. On the answer document, the rows of ovals are numbered to match the questions, and the ovals in each row are lettered to correspond to the suggested answers.

For each question, first decide which answer is best. Next, locate on the answer document the row of ovals numbered the same as the question. Then, locate the oval in that row lettered the same as your answer. Finally, fill in the oval completely. Use a soft lead pencil and make your marks heavy and black. Do not use ink or a mechanical pencil.

Mark only one answer to each question. If you change your mind about an answer, erase your first mark thoroughly before marking your new answer. For each question, make certain that you mark in the row of ovals with the same number as the question.

Only responses marked on your answer document will be scored. Your score on each test will be based only on the number of questions you answer correctly during the time allowed for that test. You will not be penalized for guessing. It is to your advantage to answer every question even if you must guess.

You may work on each test only when your test supervisor tells you to do so. If you finish a test before time is called for that test, you should use the time remaining to reconsider questions you are uncertain about in that test. You may not look back to a test on which time has already been called, and you may not go ahead to another test. To do so will disqualify you from the examination.

Lay your pencil down immediately when time is called at the end of each test. You may not for any reason fill in or alter ovals for a test after time is called for that test. To do so will disqualify you from the examination.

Do not fold or tear the pages of your test booklet.

DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO.

## Writing Test Booklet Instructions

The following instructions are printed on the cover of the writing test booklet.

This is a test of your writing skills. You will have forty (40) minutes to read the prompt, plan your response, and write an essay in English. Before you begin working, read all material in this test booklet carefully to understand exactly what you are being asked to do.

You will write your essay on the lined pages of the answer document provided. Your writing on those pages will be scored. You may use the unlined pages in this test booklet to plan your essay. Your work on these pages will not be scored.

Your essay will be evaluated based on the evidence that it provides of your ability to:

• analyze and evaluate multiple perspectives on a complex issue
• state and develop your own perspective on the issue
• explain and support your ideas with logical reasoning and detailed examples
• clearly and logically organize your ideas in an essay
• effectively communicate your ideas in standard written English

Lay your pencil down immediately when time is called.

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What, Who, Where, When and Why

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1. Try mixing up all the pictures and asking different questions each time.

2. Try to ask more questions about the same picture (e.g. “what do we do with a hammer?”, “what could you build with a hammer?”, “what does hammer look like?”, etc.).

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# Free SAT Math Test Practice Questions with Answers Sample 1

A set of 25 Math questions, with answers and detailed solutions similar to the questions in the SAT math test. The answers are at the bottom of the page.

1. What is the area, in square feet, of the triangle whose sides have lengths equal to 10, 6 and 8 feet?

2. 3 102 + 9*3 100 + 3 103 /3 =.

A) 3 101
B) 3 102
C) 3 103
D) 3 104
E) 3 105

3. Of the 80 students in class, 25 are studying German, 15 French and 13 Spanish. 3 are studying German and French; 4 are studying French and Spanish; 2 are studying German and Spanish; and none is studying all 3 languages at the same time. How many students are not studying any of the three languages?
4. In the figure below, AB is a diameter of the large circle. The centers C1 and C2 of the smaller circles are on AB. The two small circles are congruent and tangent to each other and to the larger circle. The circumference of circle C1 is 8 Pi. What is the area of the large circle?

A) 64Pi
B) 32Pi
C) 156Pi
D) 128Pi
E) 16Pi

5. Round (202) 2 to the nearest hundred.

A) 40,000
B) 48,000
C) 40,800
D) 47,000
E) 49,000

6. If w workers, working at equal rates, can produce x toys in n days, how many days it takes c workers, working at same equal rates, to produce y toys?
7. A number of the form 213ab, where a and b are digits, has a reminder less than 10 when divided by 100. The sum of all the digits in the above number is equal to 13. Find the digit b.

8. Find a negative value of x that satisfies the equation
[(x+1) 2 – (2x + 1)] 1/2 + 2|x| – 6 = 0
A) -5
B) -4
C) -3
D) -2
E) -1
9. The equation 1/a + 1/|a| = 0 has

A) an infinite number of solutions
B) no solutions
C) 1 solution only
D) 2 solutions only
E) 3 solutions only

10. The inequality x 2 – 2x + 1 0 has

A) no solutions
B) a set of solutions
C) 1 solution only
D) 2 solutions only
E) 3 solutions only

11. In the figure below, AC is parallel to DE. AE, FG and CD intersect at the point B. FG is perpendicular to AC and DE. The length of DE is 5 inches, the length of BG is 8 inches and the length of AC is 6 inches. What is the area, in square inches, of triangle ABC?

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12. Points A, B and C are defined by their coordinates in a standard rectangular system of axes. What positive value of b makes triangle ABC a right triangle with AC its hypotenuse?
13. Line L passes through the points (-2,0) and (0,a ). Line LL passes through the points (4,0) and (6,2). What value of a makes the two lines parallel?
14. a, b, c and d are numbers of different values such that
a + b = d
a*b*c = 0
Which of the 4 numbers MUST be equal to 0?

A) 10,000
B) 209,000
C) 289,000
D) 290,000
E) 40,000

15. For what value of k will the two equations 2x + 4 = 4(x – 2) and -x + k = 2x – 1 have the same solution?
16. An object travels at fifteen feet per minute. How many feet does it travel in 24 minutes and 40 seconds?
17. In the figure below, DE is parallel to CB and the ratio (length of AE / length of EB) is 4. If the area of triangle AED is 20 square inches, what is the area, in square inches, of triangle ABC?

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A) 31.25
B) 80
C) 320
D) 1,600
E) The area of triangle ABC cannot be determined from the given information.

18. If f(n) = n + n, where n is a positive integer, which of the following would be a value of f(n)?
I) 5
II) 10
III) 12

A) III only
B) None
C) I and III only
D) I, II and III only
E) II and III only

19. If a and b are both even numbers, which of the following COULD be and odd integer?

A) (a + b) 2
B) a 2 + b 2
C) (a + 1) 2 + (b + 1) 2
D) (a + 1)*(b + 1) – 1
E) (a + 1) / (b + 1)

20. If x is a negative number, which of the following must be true?
I) x 5 |x|
II) x (-x)
III) x – 1/|x| 0

A) I, II and III
B) I and II only
C) None
D) II and III only
E) I and III only

21. If n is a positive integer such that n! / (n – 2)! = 342, find n.
22. What is the sum of the reciprocals of the solutions to the equation
x 2 – (3/5)x = -11/3
A) 3/5
B) 5/3
C) 9/55
D) -11/3
E) 94/65
23. A number is given as 987562153ab where a and b are digits. Which values of a and b, such that

a + b = 11 and a b,

would result in 987562153ab being divisible by 4?

A) a = 0. b = 8
B) a = 3. b = 8
C) a = 7. b = 8
D) a = 5. b = 6
E) a = 3. b = 4

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# Free Compass Math Test Practice Questions with Answers – Sample 1

Math questions, with answers, similar to the questions in the compass math test are presented. The questions are designed to reflect the major topics covered in the compass test: Numerical skills/pre-Algebra, algebra. college algebra, geometry and trigonometry. The answers are at the bottom of the page and the solutions with full explanations to these questions are also included.

## A – Numerical Skills/Pre-Algebra

1. In scientific notation, 3.0 x 10 -5 + 0.0000022 =

A) 3.5 x 10 -5
B) 3.22 x 10 -5
C) 5.2 x 10 -6
D) 3.5 x 10 -6
E) 5.2 x 10 -11

is calculated and the fraction obtained reduced to simplest form, then what is its numerator?
A) 12
B) 8
C) 7
D) 6
E) 3

2. A shop owner increased the selling price of a shirt from $20 to$26. By what percentage was the price increased?
A) 6
B) 26
C) 30
D) 46
E) 60
3. Tom worked for 6 hours and was paid $5.50 per hour. He then went shopping and bought two magazines at$9.50 each and a pen at $8.25. How much money does Tom have left? A)$60.25
B) $15.25 C)$33
D) $27.25 E)$5.75
4. Bill bought 1(3/4) pounds of Cheddar cheese, 3.75 pounds of blue cheese and 4(1/2) pounds of goat cheese. How many pounds of cheese did Bill buy?
A) 8
B) 7.75
C) 9.25
D) 10
E) 7

5. In a certain school, 40% of all students are 8 years old or younger. The number of the remaining students is 120. How many students are 8 years old or younger?
A) 80
B) 160
C) 480
D) 320
E) 740
6. 1/5 of students in a school have no brothers or sisters. Of the remaining students, 40% have 1 brother or sister. What percent of all students have more than 1 brother or sister?
A) 60
B) 80
C) 48
D) 20
E) 45
7. A car hire company offers two plans A and B. In plan A, a customer pays a flat fee of $20 for the day plus 5 cents for each kilometer. In plan B, a customer pays a flat fee of$15 for the day plus 7 cents for each kilometer. For how many kilometers would a customer pay the same amount for the two plans?
A) 1000
B) 800
C) 242
D) 400
E) 250
8. Joe worked part time for x hours and earned y dollars. How much does he earn if he works z hours?
A) yz/x
B) z/(xy)
C) xyz
D) zx/y
E) xy/z
9. In a science test, a class of 30 students had an average of 80. The 20 girls in the class had an average of 85. What is the average of the 10 boys in the class?
A) 60
B) 70
C) 80
D) 85
E) 90

## B – Algebra

10. If a = -2 and b = -2, what is the value of (a 3 – 1) / (b – 1)
A) 3
B) -9
C) -3
D) 9
E) 6
11. x is a variable such that if 20% of it is added to its fifth the result is equal to 12 subtracted from seven tenths of x. Find x.
A) 0.2
B) 1/5
C) 7/10
D) 20
E) 40
12. The area A of a trapezoid is given by the formula A = 0.5(b + B)h, where b and B are the sizes of the bases and h the size of the height of the trapezoid. Express B in terms of A, b and h.
A) 0.5Ah – b
B) 2A/h – b
C) (2A – b)/h
D) 2A/h + b
E) (2A + b)/h

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# Practice Placement Test (Arithmetic/Pre-Algebra)

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# Math Problems

Studies have shown that students who practice math problems frequently have better math grades. Too often, parents and teachers think students do not have an aptitude for math when the problem actually lies in the lack of math practice .

Use our fun worksheets and resources to engage kids and help them get better at solving math problems:

## Practice Math Problems

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## Importance of Practice Math Problems

Children will benefit greatly from using math problems to practice their math skills. Improved math skills will in turn boost the child’s confidence and make them feel good about mathematics. Developing a positive attitude towards math will help them learn new skills and concepts and further contribute to the child’s improvement in the subject. This is why many parents like to give their children additional math practice at home with freely available math problems from the internet.

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Nature of roots, real, imaginary, real equal, solution to quadratic equations, word problems in quadratic equations; types of parabola.

Set Theory
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Number Properties
LCM, HCF, remainders, divisors, indices, prime factorization, odd and even numbers, factorials, unit digits of numbers, and word problems.

Inequalities
Could get tricky as a data sufficiency question. Includes inequalities in algebraic expression, absolute value, and exponents.

Descriptive Statistics
Simple averages (Arithmetic Mean), Weighted Arithmetic Mean (weighted averages), Median, Mode, Range, Standard Deviation.

Sequence Series
Arithmetic and geometric progressions. Summation of series and problems in infinite geometric sequence.

Ratio Proportion
Standard problems that involve ratios and proportion, continued proportions, direct and inverse variations. Mixtures and rule of alligation.

Interest
Simple interest, compound interest, compounding more than once a year. Computing amount at the beginning and end of a period.

Speed Distance Time
Computing speed, time and distance, average speed, relative speed, train problems, boats in streams, aircraft with tailwind and races.

Work Time
Work done by a man or woman, time taken by pipes to fill a cistern, ratio in which workers share wages given different rates of work.

Percentage
Percentages to fraction or decimal conversion and the vice versa. Word problems in percentages. Relatively easy topic.

Profits
Cost price, selling price, profit, loss, % profit, % loss expressed as a percentage of cost price, discounts, and marked price.

Permutation
Permutation, combination, sampling with replacement, ordering, re-arrangement of letters of a word, seating arrangements.

Geometry
Triangles, similar triangles, right triangles, equilateral triangles, lines, parallel lines, angles, quadrilaterals, and circles.

Coordinate Geometry
Slope, intercepts and equation of line. Quadrants a line passes. Distance between points, midpoint theorem. Triangle area and centroid.

Solid Geometry
Area, volume, surface area of solids such as cuboids (rectangular cubes), cubes, spheres, hemispheres, cones, and cylinders.

Data Sufficiency
About a third of the questions in the GMAT quant section are data sufficiency questions. Tests concepts from all of the above topics.

Sentence Correction
Typical errors tested in the GMAT SC section include Subject-Verbal agreement, Pronouns, Tense, Modifiers, Parallel Constructs, Comparisons, and Word Usage.

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Good memories of 6th form teaching at Whitby Community College

(now Caedmon College, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England)

The very good Salters Year 13 A Level Chemistry Group 1995-1996 Whitby Community College (now Caedmon College, Whitby). From left to right: Che Gannarelli (now Dr, science-physics teacher ?), Graham. (?), Georgia. (?), Finn Nesbitt (Locum Consultant Anaesthetist ?), Doc B (retired 2003, heading for 70), Dan. (?), Pam Scott (civil servant), Amy. (?), Kerry. (?). Below is the Whitby Community chemistry laboratory where I worked for many years, all laid out in 1995-1996 for the upper 6th A level chemistry group (above) to do their Salters A-level chemistry project.

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# Algebra Practice Test

Ever wonder how you are doing in Algebra 1? Or are you wondering if you remember Algebra 1 after many many years of being in high school?

I’ve designed an Algebra practice test that will not only help you to practice your test taking skills, but it will also help you to identify your strengths in Algebra and the areas where you need help.

You will be tested on the following Algebra 1 units: Solving Equations, Graphing Equations, Writing Equations, Systems of Equations, Inequalities, Functions, Exponents and Monomials, Polynomials, Factoring, and Quadratic Equations. These are the ten units that are assessed in Algebra 1.

Most of these questions are rather advanced. You should have completed an Algebra 1 course before taking this test. If you took Algebra 1 a long time ago, this will surely help you to understand what you remember and what areas you need to review.

Take the test below and then check your answers with the answer key. At the end, there is also an analysis chart where you will be able to identify your strengths and weaknesses. You can also print the Algebra Practice Test and it comes with your very own answer sheet. You can also get a step by step answer key to fully explain all problems.

# Are You Ready to Take the Test?

That wasn’t too bad, was it? The hard part is over, now it’s time to check your answers.

So, how did you do? Let’s analyze your results and see where you have strengths and where you may need to do a little more studying.

The detailed, Algebra Practice Test step-by-step answer key will help you identify the mistakes that you made with each problem. Each problem is explained in full detail so you will be able to identify the specific areas where you need made errors.

## Analysis Guide

Circle any numbers that were incorrect on the test. This will help you to identify areas of strength and specific topics that you will need to seek more help.

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# Chemistry Practice Questions

1. What is the name for the horizontal rows of the periodic table?
A. groups
B. periods
C. families
D. sets

2. Which of the following substances allows for the fastest diffusion?
A. gas
B. solid
C. liquid
D. plasma

3. What is the name for the number of protons in an atom?
A. atomic identity
B. atomic mass
C. atomic weight
D. atomic number
4. Which of the following could be an empirical formula?
A. C4H8
B. C2H6
C. CH
D. C3H6

Questions 5 and 6 are based on the following text:

The nucleus of an atom contains both protons and neutrons. Protons have a single positive electric charge, while neutrons have a charge of zero. The number of protons that a nucleus contains, called the atomic number and abbreviated as Z, determines the identity of an atom of matter. For example, hydrogen contains a single proton (Z = 1), whereas helium contains two (Z = 2).
Atoms of a single element may differ in terms of the number of neutrons in their atomic nuclei, however. The total number of protons and neutrons in an atom is referred to as the atomic mass, or M. Helium typically has an atomic mass equal to 4, but there is another helium isotope for which M = 3. This form of helium has the same number of protons, but only one neutron.
In an atomic fusion reaction, nuclei collide with one another with enough force to break them apart. The resulting nuclei may have a lower atomic mass than the reactants, with the difference released as energy. Electric charge, however, is always conserved.
5. Two atoms of helium-3 (atomic mass = 3) collide in a fusion reaction to produce a single atom of helium-4 (atomic mass = 4). What might be another product of this reaction?
A. a neutron
B. a proton
C. two electrons
D. a proton and a neutron
E. two protons
6. Hydrogen atoms usually contain a single neutron. Deuterium and tritium are isotopes of hydrogen containing two and three neutrons, respectively. How many electrons orbit the tritium nucleus if the atom is electrically neutral?
A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 3

Questions 7 and 8 are based on the following text:

An electrochemical battery is a device powered by oxidation and reduction reactions that are physically separated so that the electrons must travel through a wire from the reducing agent to the oxidizing agent. The reducing agent loses electrons and is oxidized in a reaction that takes place at an electrode called the anode. The electrons flow through a wire to a second electrode, the cathode, where an oxidizing agent gains electrons and is thus reduced. To maintain a net zero charge in each compartment, there is a limited flow of ions through a salt bridge.
In a car battery, for example, the reducing agent is oxidized by the following reaction, which involves a lead (Pb) anode and sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Lead sulfate (PbSO4), protons (H+), and electrons (e-) are produced.

Pb + H2SO4 = PbSO4 +2 H+ + 2 e-

At the cathode, which is made of lead oxide (PbO2), the below reaction occurs. During this reaction, the electrons produced at the anode are used:

PbO2 + H2SO4 + 2 e- + 2 H+= PbSO4 + 2 H2O

7. Electrons are produced by a chemical reaction that takes place at the:
A. anode.
B. cathode.
D. oxidizer.
E. salt bridge.

8. In an oxidation reaction:
A. an oxidizing agent gains electrons.
B. an oxidizing agent loses electrons.
C. a reducing agent gains electrons.
D. a reducing agent loses electrons.
E. an oxidizing agent reduces an electrode.

9. What does aerobic mean?
A. in the presence of oxygen
B. calorie-burning
C. heated
D. anabolic

10. What is the name for substances that cannot be broken down into simpler types of matter?
A. electrons
B. molecules
C. nuclei
D. elements

11. When atoms of one element are combined with atoms of another element, the result is a(n) _________ of a compound.
A. electron
B. ion
C. molecule
D. enzyme

1. B: The horizontal rows of the periodic table are called periods. The vertical columns of the periodic table are known as groups or families. Developed by Dmitri Mendeleev to organize the known elements according to their similarities, all of the periodic table elements in a group have similar properties, and the relationships between the elements in each period moving from left to right are similar. New elements can be added to the periodic table without necessitating a redesign.
2. A: Diffusion is fastest through gases, followed by liquid, then plasma, and lastly, solids. In chemistry, diffusion is defined as the movement of matter by the random motions of molecules. In a gas or a liquid, the molecules are in perpetual motion; for instance, in a quantity of seemingly immobile air, molecules of nitrogen and oxygen are constantly bouncing off each other. In solids, there is a miniscule degree of diffusion, which rises in proportion to the temperature of the substance.
3. D: The number of protons in an atom is the atomic number. Protons are the fundamental positive unit of an atom and are located in the nucleus. In a neutral atom (an atom with neither positive nor negative charge), the number of protons in the nucleus is equal to the number of electrons orbiting the nucleus. In written form, the atomic number is the subscript in front of the element’s symbol, for example: 13Al. Atomic mass is the average mass of the various isotopes of a given element; atomic identity and atomic weight are not chemistry concepts.
4. C: CH could be an empirical formula. An empirical formula is the smallest expression of a chemical formula. To be empirical, a formula must be incapable of being reduced. For this reason, answer choices A, B, and D are incorrect, as they could all be reduced to a simpler form. Note that empirical formulas are not the same as compounds, which do not have to be irreducible. Two compounds can have the same empirical formula but different molecular formulas. The molecular formula represents the actual number of atoms in the molecule.
5. E: The charge must be conserved in the reaction. Since the reactants, the two helium atoms, each have two protons, they will have a total electric charge of +4. The reaction product, helium-4, also has two protons, and therefore has a total charge of +2. Two positive charges are lacking to balance the reaction. Of the choices given, only E, with two protons, has a charge of +2.
6. B: Since tritium is an isotope of hydrogen, the nucleus contains a single proton, giving it a charge of +1. The extra neutrons do not contribute to the charge. Electrons have a charge of -1. In order to neutralize the single positive charge of the nuclear proton, a single orbiting electron is required.
7. A: As described in the text, negatively charged electrons are produced by a reaction that reduces the positively charged lead anode. The reducing agent, in turn, is oxidized by this reaction. These electrons travel through the wire to the negatively charged cathode, where they react with the sulfuric acid oxidizer and reduce it, forming lead sulfate. In a car battery, the anode is normally indicated by a red mark.
8. A: In an oxidation reaction, an oxidizing agent gains electrons from a reducing agent. By contributing electrons, the reducing agent reduces, or makes more negative, the charge on the oxidizer. In the car battery, reduction of the positively charged anode provides electrons, which then flow to the cathode, where an oxidation takes place. In an oxidation, an oxidizing agent increases (makes more positive) the charge on a reducer. In this way, the extra electrons in the negatively charged cathode are neutralized by the surrounding oxidizing agent.
9. A: Aerobic means in the presence of oxygen.
10. D: An element is a substance that cannot be broken into simpler types of matter.
11. C: When atoms from two elements combine, the result is a molecule of a compound.

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