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SAT MathFive percent of the marbles in a jar are black. One fourth of the marbles . . .

SAT MathThe figure shows a regular pentagon. Compare the values of angles A and B.

SAT MathG is the area of the green region inside the biggest circle. R is the total . . .

SAT Math1. At least 1 of these 6 statements is false 2. At least 2 of these 6 . . .

SAT MathI roll two dice. What is the probability that the second number is greater . . .

SAT MathThree reservoirs have the same height h=1. Which reservoir is bigger?

SAT MathA square is inscribed in a right triangle. Find the greatest possible ratio . . .

SAT MathThe figure shows a regular hexagon. What is the area of the red part as a . . .

SAT MathA and B are midpoints of the corresponding sides of the rectangle. What . . .

SAT MathThe probability that two randomly chosen people in a big city are younger than . . .

SAT Math If y is the fraction of the white area of the square, which graph shows the y . . .

SAT MathHow many integer values of x are the solutions of these two inequalities?

SAT MathIf 12 workers take 7 hours to build a brick wall 21 m long and 4 m high, how . . .

SAT MathFind the point of intersection of these two lines.

SAT MathWhich equation represents the axis of symmetry of the graph of the parabola?

SAT MathThree points of four are on a line. Which point is not on the line?

SAT MathA restaurant sells a 30 cm (in diameter) pizza for $9, while their large 40 cm . . .

SAT MathWhat is the ratio of the green area to the red area?

SAT MathStatistics at statemaster.com shows the numbers of elementary and secondary . . .

SAT MathHow many different lines can you draw through N points that are evenly spaced . . .

SAT MathWhat is the least positive integer n such that 1 + 2 + . . . + n > 999

SAT MathWhat is the sum of the marked angles?

SAT MathYou can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .

SAT MathWhat number divided by 1001 is the same as that number minus 1001?

SAT MathOne apple and one banana together cost $3. One apple and one carrot together . . .

SAT MathIn a football tournament every team plays a match against every other team . . .

SAT MathWhat number is greater than 9/10 and smaller than 10/11?

SAT MathAnna earned an average of 80% on her four exams. If she never earned more . . .

SAT MathI drew three lines from the center of a square that has sides with a length of . . .

SAT MathWhat is the difference between the sum of the first 2012 even positive numbers . . .

SAT MathI sold two cars and received sixty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .

SAT MathIn a casino on a Sunday, 90% of the visitors lost $100 each, 9% of the . . .

SAT MathI blew some air into a spherical balloon and quadrupled its surface area (4 . . .

SAT MathJohn answered 100 4-option multiple-choice questions. He is sure that he . . .

SAT MathSan Jose Scrabblereg; Club No. 21 published a three-letter word list that . . .

SAT MathThe Venn diagram shows the result of a survey of 80 students. It indicates . . .

SAT MathA total of 321 employees work for company XYZ and two thirds of them are men. . . .

SAT MathI arranged eight wooden sticks in the shape of a fish. What is the minimum . . .

SAT MathSeveral plumbers work on a pipeline installation, which 1 plumber is able to . . .

SAT MathBob is paid $5,000 a month for his regular job. During Summer holidays, he . . .

SAT MathJohn sent an email to his three partners. Everybody answered and copied the . . .

SAT MathThe business of company A is 10% greater than the business of company B now. . . .

SAT MathWhich function gives the angle in degrees between the hour and the minute hands . . .

SAT MathWhat is the probability that two dominoes drawn randomly from a standard set . . .

SAT MathThe average (arithmetic mean) of a set of 10 different numbers is 98. If the . . .

SAT MathMany people stand in a line (queue) to buy tickets to a match. There are . . .

SAT MathAn arrow rotates 372° in one second. How many revolutions does it make in . . .

SAT MathThe American flag consists of thirteen equally spaced, horizontal red and white . . .

SAT Math John works 5-hour shifts at a call center. He earns $5 per hour and $5 per . . .

SAT MathMr. Smith can read 1 page in 2 minutes. His wife can read 2 pages in 3 minute. . . .

SAT MathJohn's dad pays him $2 for each correct answer he gives in his math homework . . .

SAT MathWhich point is on the axis of symmetry of the graph of the parabola?

SAT MathA real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .

SAT MathJohn is sick 12 days per year. The probability of being sick on a Saturday or . . .

SAT MathAbbey has a dog Abby. She places 5 tiles with the letters of her surname into . . .

SAT MathA girl is 12 years old. She is three times older than is her dog. In how . . .

SAT MathMultiply the largest two-digit number by the smallest two-digit number and add . . .

SAT MathYou can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .

SAT MathNine teams enter a basketball tournament. Each team plays one match against . . .

SAT MathI sold two cars and received thirty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .

SAT MathA flower shopkeeper works 6 days per week and sells four times more flowers on . . .

SAT MathA 300-dollar stock loses $50 of its value for a week. What percent of . . .

SAT MathSeveral students want to rent a car for the next weekend. If each contributes . . .

SAT MathThis picture shows the first five rows of Pascal's triangle. What is the sum . . .

SAT MathThe picture shows a simplified statement of income for company ABC in millions. . . .

SAT MathWhat is the average of the first 2014 positive whole numbers?

SAT MathWhat is the largest number of intersections of N lines?

SAT MathFind the infinite sum: 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + . . .

SAT MathA man eats 20 coconuts in 20 days. Together with his wife, they eat the same . . .

SAT MathFind the sum of the digits of the first 100 odd positive numbers: 1 + 3 + . . . .

SAT MathA basket full of coconuts weighs 39kg. A half-full basket weighs 21kg. How . . .

SAT MathIn the United States, the average life span is 65 years and the average female . . .

SAT MathIn a country, a baby is born every 5 seconds, a person dies every 45 seconds, . . .

SAT MathIn a girls' school with 880 students, there are 33 absent. What percentage of . . .

SAT MathA frog ate 20 flies in a day. Each day, the frog ate 20 more than on the day . . .

SAT Math The average age of all teachers and students in a school is 15. The average . . .

SAT MathA concert includes 3 cello pieces and 3 piano pieces. In how many ways can . . .

SAT MathThe pie chart represents the results of an election. The least lucky . . .

SAT MathIf the admittance rate to a prestigious university is 7.5% and 810 students . . .

SAT MathA tree increases its number of nuts at the rate of 100% every year. What was . . .

SAT MathWhat amount of water should be added to reduce 200 milliliters of 5 percent fat . . .

SAT MathThe speed of a bus is 25 miles per hour (mph) including stops and 40 mph . . .

SAT MathOne pipe can empty a pool 5 times faster than a second pipe. When both pipes . . .

SAT MathAnna and Bill roll a six-sided die. The first person to roll a six wins. Anna . . .

SAT MathEvguenia walked to school. Twelve minutes after she left, Sasha started. His . . .

SAT MathIf regular stars are placed as shown to form a complete circle, how many stars . . .

SAT MathA dog chases a rabbit, which was initially 20 meters away. For every 11 meters . . .

SAT MathTwo trains, each 400 meters long, pass each other completely in 10 seconds when . . .

SAT MathTwo congruent circles share a radius. What is the perimeter of the figure . . .

SAT MathWhat fraction of this regular octagon is shaded?

SAT MathIt takes Jim 6 hours to paint a fence and John 4 hours to paint the same fence. . . .

SAT MathIn a city, three-quarters of the men are married to four-fifths of the women. . . .

SAT MathThe symbol N! denotes the product of the first N positive integers. Find the . . .

SAT MathMr. Rapid always starts driving on a road at exactly 7:00 a.m. If he drives on . . .

SAT MathA theater sells 150 tickets for a total of $2010. Children's tickets are sold . . .

SAT MathA group of 24 scouts goes on a trip. They prepare enough food to last 10 days. . . .

SAT MathAll three pathways consist of semi-circles.  Which pathway from A to B is the . . .

SAT MathHow many 4 cm by 4 cm squares can I obtain from a wire that is 100 cm long?

SAT MathIn a recent election, 1111 people voted for two parties. If the ratio of the . . .

SAT MathThere are N students in a class and only 8 of them are girls. If 11 boys . . .

SAT MathMetro Card prices: a single ride is $2.5 and 7-day Metro Card costs $29. How . . .

SAT MathAt the beginning, the girl rode 6 km in the first 15 minutes and then 4 km in . . .

SAT MathA revolving door with three wings makes 5 complete rotations in a minute. . . .

SAT MathOne number is 200% greater than the other and their difference is 20. What is . . .

SAT MathIn a class, 7 students walk to school, two fifths ride the bus, and 32% are . . .

SAT MathIf the average of a set of integers is 3 and their sum is 123, how many numbers . . .

SAT MathWorking alone, Mr. Smith earns the family's monthly budget in 40 calendar days. . . .

SAT MathIf the sum of three distinct positive integers is 33, what is the maximum . . .

SAT MathSuccessive discounts of 50% and 50% are equivalent to a single discount that is

SAT MathThe rear tires of my car wear out after 40,000 miles, whilst the front tires . . .

SAT MathAt a business meeting, each shakes hands with 7 other people. If there are 56 . . .

SAT MathX2 = 4004001 Find X without using a calculator.

SAT MathTwo consecutive positive integers have a product of 240. What is their sum?

SAT MathAn outlet pipe can drain a full pool in 12 hours. An inlet pipe can fill the . . .

SAT MathFind the maximum area of a rectangle that has a perimeter of 36 m.

SAT MathThe heights of the masts from the first to the fifth are 32 m, 36 m, 35 m, 32 . . .

SAT MathEstimate the total you pay if the meal costs $29, the tax is 5%, and the tip is . . .

SAT MathAfter a 20% discount and 8% tax, a set of tin solders costs $540. What was . . .

SAT MathWhen 22 is added to a secret number, the result is three times more than the . . .

SAT Math80% of the women in company A are under 25 years old, 40% of the men in the . . .

SAT MathIf Mark had driven at 6 miles per hour (mph) faster than the state speed limit . . .

SAT MathStudents at a school are on average 165 cm tall. The average male student . . .

SAT MathThere are 190 people in a company including the project managers and CEO. . . .

SAT MathThere are 14,600,000 tiles on the roofs of the old Swiss town of Murten. How . . .

SAT MathA swimming school costs $129 a month, but costs $1,390 annually if you pay the . . .

SAT MathThe hypotenuse of a right triangle is 6, and the length of one leg is 2 units . . .

SAT MathWhich of the following sales commissions is greatest?

SAT MathI decided to save a dollar in January, then increase the amount by one dollar . . .

SAT MathThe State Tennis tournament starts with 128 players. How many rounds must be . . .

SAT MathOn a trip, Evguenia cycled 5 km in the first 15 minutes and then 4 km in the . . .

SAT MathJohn has an average of 60 marks on his first Math tests. He missed the last . . .

SAT MathWhat is the largest result that can be achieved if different letters in the . . .

SAT MathWhat is the smallest result that can be achieved? AB6 + BC7 Different . . .

SAT MathHow many axes of symmetry does the shape have?

SAT MathA girl rides her bike 4 km in 15 minutes. How long will it take her to ride 15 . . .

SAT MathWhat is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the multiples of ten from 10 to . . .

SAT MathA metal ball weighs 9 pounds. How much will another ball of the same metal . . .

SAT MathA 3 by 4 rectangle is contained within a circle. What is the smallest . . .

SAT MathWhat part of the rectangle is red if points A and B are the midpoints of the . . .

SAT MathHow many three digit numbers are evenly divisible by 17 (no remainder)?

SAT MathI see the reflection of the mountain peak 10 meters from me. I know that the . . .

SAT MathJohn sees the reflection of the treetop in a mirror. Find the height of the . . .

SAT MathWhat is the sum of the squares of the whole numbers from 1 to 10?

SAT MathWhat is the sum of the cubes of the whole numbers from 1 to 5?

SAT MathA circle of radius 3 is drawn centered at the origin. How many squares of . . .

SAT MathJim can eat a 10-inch pizza in 16 minutes. How long will it take for Jim to . . .

SAT MathIn selling stock, John made a profit of 19% of the amount originally paid for . . .

SAT MathAn entrepreneur sells 1,250 tickets for a show, with 20% of them sold with 20% . . .

SAT MathA class was given a math problem with four options as the answer. Ten students . . .

SAT MathA girl caught her first fish after 30 minutes of waiting. She caught each next . . .

SAT MathThe difference of two positive integers is equal to their average. What is . . .

SAT MathThe price of a computer after discount was $992. If the discount was 20%, . . .

SAT MathSixteen teams enter a football tournament. Each team plays one match against . . .

SAT MathIf we add all these vectors and place the start of the resulting vector at the . . .

SAT MathA tennis ball keeps on bouncing back to half of the height from which it is . . .

SAT MathEstimate the probability that no two of four sisters were born in the same day . . .

SAT MathA man and his beloved wife carry a 20kg basket. If the lady carries only 8kg, . . .

SAT MathA space rocket with 4 engines blew off one of them after one-month of flight. . . .

SAT MathOne bag contains two white marbles, another bag contains two black marbles, and . . .

SAT MathWhat is the minimum monthly salary you negotiate with your boss if you need . . .

SAT MathA school offers the following dinner choices: First course: soup or small . . .

SAT MathA rectangular yard with an area of 24 m2 has sides in the ratio 2:3. . . .

SAT MathWhat is the value of 2014 x 2014 - 2012 x 2016?

SAT MathWould you rather sit in a traffic jam for . . .

SAT MathWhat is the minimum number of pizzas that a class of 21 students buy if they . . .

SAT MathWhich triangle has the greatest area?

SAT MathJohn and Mary, whose average annual income is $110,000, have just moved from . . .

SAT MathOnce upon a time, there were three little pigs. If two brothers weighed 45kg, . . .

SAT MathTickets for a football game are available for $29 in advance or $39 if . . .

SAT MathWhat is the maximum number of points of intersection of five distinct lines in . . .

SAT MathThe sum of the integers from 1 to 2,000 inclusive is 2,001,000. What is the . . .

SAT MathIn a test of 50 questions, the final score is calculated by subtracting three . . .

SAT MathThe average IQ of 10 students is 101. If nine of these students each have an . . .

SAT MathWhat is the total surface area of 100 identical cubes which together have a . . .

SAT MathWhat is the total surface area of 28 identical cubes which together have a . . .

SAT MathAmericans measure the temperature in oF. Europeans measure the . . .

SAT MathYou have a 5kg weight and a 12kg weight. They are the same height and are . . .

SAT MathIn a summer camp, the ratio of people was 11 : 12 : 15 for instructors, boys, . . .

SAT MathJohn and Mary borrow $3,000 to pay for new furniture. They will pay back the . . .

SAT MathMy car can travel 20 km on one liter of gas on the motorway and 12 km on one . . .

SAT MathJohn starts a taxi business and rents a car for $77 per day. The rent . . .

SAT MathGerry plans to swim a total of at least 1000 laps in January. He swims every . . .

SAT MathMrs. Smith puts $10,000 into a saving account that earns 2% interest compounded . . .

SAT MathGerry drove 210 miles from home to his college and used 14 gallons of gasoline. . . .

SAT MathA car traveling with speed 12 meters per second decelerates uniformly until it . . .

SAT MathThe golden border of the hexagonal brooch with maximum size 60 mm includes a . . .

SAT MathIf the first President of the USA George Washington took office in 1789 and the . . .

SAT MathFind X.

SAT MathThe balance is in equilibrium. Find Z.

SAT MathFind the first of the four consecutive integer numbers if their sum is -66.

SAT MathEstimate the percentage of the circle area compared with the square area.

SAT MathIf each coconut is priced at $9, then the shopkeeper loses $11. If each . . .

SAT MathEach week, Mrs. Smith gives her students as many worksheets as their age. For . . .

SAT MathA 512-page book weighs 800g to the nearest 10g. What is the weight of 200 . . .

SAT MathThe knights gallop 100 m in 10 seconds. There are 1000 m in 1 km. Would the . . .

SAT MathWhich is correct?

SAT MathJanuary 1st, 2014 was a Wednesday. How many Wednesdays occurred in 2014? . . .

SAT MathWhen 4 coins are tossed, what is the probability that exactly 2 are heads?

SAT MathIf a real estate agent received $60,000 as a 5% commission on the selling price . . .

SAT MathBob's age is between 40 and 60 and it is a multiple of 5. Next year, his age . . .

SAT MathIf I use 30 g of batter to make a crêpe of 30 cm in diameter, how much batter . . .

SAT MathThe sum of N consecutive integers is S. Which of the following equations gives . . .

SAT MathTwo successive increases of 25% and 25% are followed by two successive . . .

SAT MathA driver's eyes are about 1.3 m above the ground, while the hood is 2 m in . . .

SAT MathVeryfast Airlines loses 20% of the luggage. Gerry puts his three favorite toys . . .

SAT MathAt the end of each week, Gerry forgot 50% of what he knew the week before. At . . .

SAT MathAfter an hour, Evguenia catches and frees 10 fish. If there are 100 fish in a . . .

SAT MathGerry drives to Jane's house at 60 miles per hour and comes back at 40 miles . . .

SAT MathThe 136 sixth graders and their 8 teachers will be taking a trip together. . . .

SAT MathI decided to use a password that includes 4 different numbers, with each number . . .

SAT MathGerry bought 3 oranges and 8 apples for $5. The next week he bought 8 oranges . . .

SAT MathAnika solves 10 problems, 80% of them correctly, in 20 minutes. James solves . . .

SAT MathGerry drives from his home to Jane's house at 50 mph. How fast he must make . . .

SAT MathJames has scored an average 10 on his first 10 tests. What score should he . . .

SAT MathFigure out without using a calculator which product is greater:

SAT MathIf half of five pizzas costs $30, what would a third of eight cost?

SAT MathA district sends, on average, a total of 200 million gallons of water each . . .

SAT MathA waiter receives $5 tips from each table in a restaurant. What is the . . .

SAT MathWhat is the perimeter of a right triangle whose shorter sides are 9 and 12 . . .

SAT MathA family of seven have eaten 84 pancakes and 35 pancakes are left. If each . . .

SAT MathWhen Jane plays against Gerry in her favorite game, the odds are 5 to 3 that . . .

SAT MathThe sum of 11 consecutive integer numbers is 11. What is the largest number?

SAT MathWhat is the product of all whole numbers from -99 to 99?

SAT MathThe product of 33 positive integers is 33. What is the sum of the numbers?

SAT MathThe product of two numbers is 119 and their difference is 10. What is the sum . . .

SAT MathA bus can hold 66 students. The bus starts out empty and picks up 1 student at . . .

SAT MathA third of 8 is $4. Based on that proportion, what is one-fifth of 6?

SAT MathGerry and Jane are exactly 100 km apart. Gerry leaves his place running at 10 . . .

SAT MathThe average of 99 consecutive numbers is 99. What is the average of the nine . . .

SAT MathHow many ways can five runners take first, second, and third place in a . . .

SAT MathA train runs from Lausanne to Zurich at 100 km/hour without any stops and . . .

SAT MathWhich line goes through the center of the circle?

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