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- Jan 25, 2017

When a bird sitting on the top of a tower flew away from it, the length of the shadow of the tower was 2 feet more than the length of the tower...

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One of the concepts tested in the SAT Math section is the arrangements and combinations of things. It is meant to test the skill of a student where they identify the number of ways a task can be performed using the choices available.

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- Jan 24, 2017

How many days will it take you to climb a mountain of height 2760 feet completely if you climb the first half of it with a speed of 2 feet per second and the rest of it with a speed of 1 feet per second?

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- Jan 23, 2017

The maximum value of -2x2-3x+5 is _______________ the minimum value of 2x2+3x-5 equals:

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- Jan 23, 2017

SAT test aspirants always ask themselves this question when they prepare for the exam. Setting a score to prepare for is a test prep strategy students employ. This blog post explains how a SAT score...

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If you are preparing for the SAT exam, doing well in the English section is very important. The subject-verb agreement is an integral part of the test.

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- Jan 19, 2017

Brush up your MATH skills with basic formulas. Calculate How many inches tall are you if you are 6.5 feet tall.

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- Jan 18, 2017

When 5 times a number x is added to 9 the result is 24. What number results when 3 times x is added to 2?

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- Jan 17, 2017

Five times a number is two more than four and half times the number. Three times the number equals

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- Jan 16, 2017

Carpenter A is 20% faster at his work than carpenter B, carpenter B is 20% slower than carpenter C. If all the three work together, then their combined speed would be what percent more than the speed of carpenter A?

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