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# ***November 2013 - Mathematics Level 1***

Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
edited November 2013
I've decided to create the official Math Level 1 thread for November.

As the baboon said to Simba in the Lion King: it is time.
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## Replies to: ***November 2013 - Mathematics Level 1***

• Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
any idea what tests to focus on in the real sat?
• Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
Im not taking Math 1 but i'll be taking Math 2. Just wanna ask are we allowed to store formula into our calculator and recall it when we use it? Eg. Rectangle area=lw <----store it somewhere like this.
• Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
Yes, as long as you are using an approved calculator.
• Registered User Posts: 197 Junior Member
Was the tube question 15?
• Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
@decimation I got 15 millimeters
• Registered User Posts: 120 Junior Member
I got 15.. Was surface area 161?
• Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
What was the answer to the square overlap question? I couldn't understand how to solve it haha.
• Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
Yes, it was 15mm. The diameter of the circular hole was around 15.8, therefore a tube with a diameter of 15mm was the only one that could fit in the hole.

About the square overlap i am not sure, but i think that 1-x is the correct answer.

I just want to say that although i am an international student i had the same sat subject tests as you did.
• Registered User Posts: 82 Junior Member
I think the overlap one was x/2. If you shift each page x/2 in opposite directions, then you get x distance between them. Idk though.
• Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
I put 1-x for overlap.
15mm for circular hole - you had to round down from 15.8

all real numbers except 5 for range of last question
• Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
I also put 1-x for overlap
• Registered User Posts: 82 Junior Member
How did you guys get 1-x?
• Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
They mentioned that the centers of the squares were x apart. If you imagine the squares starting on top of each other and moving x apart, then x would be equivalent to the part of the side that is NOT apart of the overlap. So the overlap would be the length of a side minus x or 1 - x
• Registered User Posts: 236 Junior Member
I put E for the one about relatively prime to 30. Forgot the actual number.
• Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
me too. They were all 4 digit numbers. I think that choice E began with a 2.
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