Gulden Akinci's Private Tutor for SAT Math Success 2006 PDF
By Gulden Akinci
SAT Math try instruction via leading edge ''Private Tutor'' process. a personalised, quickly, whole, powerful and cheap strategy to elevate SAT math ratings that has been proven effectively on all degrees of highschool scholars.
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Examples: 1. (Easy) Jim, Joe and John are 3 brothers. Jim is older than John. Joe is younger than Jim. Joe is 13 years old. Which of the below statements is WRONG? What is the area of unshaded region in ∆ABC ? 2. (Medium) If a2 > a, which of the following must always be true? I. a>1 II. a < -1 III. a3 > a (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) I only II only III only I or II I and III Private Tutor for SAT Math Success 2006 | Practical Strategies C E A Solution: The important word here is unshaded, and it is underlined.
X (C) III only (D) I and II (E) None Solution: Let’s draw the 3 points as shown in the figure. (A) I only (B) II only (D) I and II (E) I, II and III Solution: Let’s assume that x = 4 (or any positive number greater than 1). In this case all the answer choices are correct. Based on this answer if you decide that (E) (all 3 choices) is correct, you would be wrong. However, A, B, and C can be anywhere. For example they can be on the same line as shown in the figure. Let’s try some other values of x.
Remember that College Board prepares these tests every year several times. They are very familiar with the student mentality and their weak points. They make sure that careless thinking will lead you to one of the wrong answer choices. Notice that the way that the correct answer is provided is not usual. If you did not notice that more than 91 is equivalent to 92 and above, you will be confused and probably make a mistake. 25 , which is (D). Use all the information given in the question and in the answer.
Private Tutor for SAT Math Success 2006 by Gulden Akinci