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**Here are the answers to our own SBAC Practice Test:**

#6

#6

**ANSWER:**

**55, 65, 75 and 85.**

#7

**ANSWER**: Seven is a tricky question. It says to add “a” point. In plain English this would mean

**a single point. It fact, you must click on THREE points**(-2,3), (0,2) and (2.5, 0)

#8

**ANSWER:**The key claims you should only check the second and fourth boxes. However, it seems to me that there are values of X that result in an integer solution for all 5 boxes!

**#9**

**ANSWER:**The answer is 5. I think this was a very difficult problem.

**#11**

**ANSWER:**The answer is negative 4. Another tough problem.

**#13**

**ANSWER**: First box: (17 + 2w)(13 + 2w) = 396

Second box: w = 5/2

**#14**

**ANSWER:**Since the volume is the cube of the radius, the answer is FALSE.

**#15**

**ANSWER:**The key says the answer is 1 to 1.4. In fact, it is 1 centimeter per day.

**#16**

**ANSWER:**D

**#19**

**ANSWER:**D

**#20**

**ANSWER:**2t + 3t = 24

**#21 ANSWER**: Tina is incorrect because some orders of basic transformations do not produce the same results. Suppose we move triangle A 2 units to the right first. The point (4, 3) is then (6, 3). Then, we take the reflection across the x-axis, which makes that point (6, -3). A reflection of (6, -3) across the y-axis gives us (-6, -3), which is not one of the vertices of triangle A’. Therefore, the basic transformations done in any order do not produce the same result.

**#22**

**ANSWER**: 202 to 206

**#24**

**ANSWER**: B

**#25**

**ANSWER**: The key says the answer is 8. But the answer is 8 feet.

**#26**

**ANSWER:**Key says 3 in first box and -2 in second box. But there are many possible right answers and many possible wrong answers so how can this question even be graded?

**#27 ANSWER:**

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**29 ANSWER:**B, C, D and F.

**Question 19 ANSWER:**

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