<p>SAT II: MATH IC LIST</p>
<p>1 - Senior citizens watching TV (the added 100) is 4
2 - Sequence question with consecutive integers should be 55
3 - Box & whisker is median answer should be 84
4 - Physics question should be 14.3
5 - Probability question (NOT CERTAIN ON THIS IS 3/5)
6 - The congruent paralellograms on the coordinate grid had a vertex of (-2,4)
7 - Rectangle on the coordinate grid had an area of 40
8 - Perpendicular bisector at x = 0
9 - Bowtie with II sides has similar triangles
10 - First question -10 < x^3 < 30 ; x cannot be equal to -3
11 - Rectangle volume is 4 times the volume of the right cylinder
12 - f(g(x)) requires plugging in and if you know how to do it you got it. it was choice A
13 - simultaneous equation with x = 50 and y = -15.. Add them you get 35 for x +y
14 - Another simultaneous equation had an answer of 6a
15 - The question that was a function and had (x-3) in the denominator is a function at all values except 3
15 - The question that read x^2 = 9 and x + 1/x = i dunno .. -- These type equations share values at ONLY positive three.
16 - There was a function on the exam that you plugged in a value for x into f(X) and you got 4.
17 - there was an answer to the radius and square question that was 1/pi
18 - For the question that said what point is at least 1.5 cm from point A in the cube had an answer of PT B
19 - an answer of -7/9 occured somewhere
20 - for the hours and miles driven question you got .075mi + (some number)
21 - 75 degrees with the parallel lines and the the little triangle.
22 - a triangle question with degree measured. you were given two exterior angles
23 - plane question with something that connects all points .. very confusing question
24 - isosceles triangle has how many points on a plane?
25 - horizonal parabola question that was #48
26 - The question that had cd II ob in the circle.
28 - a question about the roots of an equation.. what value of k?
29 - (5,6) which point lies above f(x) and below g(x)
30 - the length of something with sides 7 and 5 is 5.41 ?? somewhere on the exam
31 - the inverse question dealing with 4 had an answer of seven.
32 - the x^1 - y^1 / x^1+y^-1
33 - h/k III only
34 - Probability with even numbers is 3/20
35 - length of the chord
36 - the question with varying directly
37 - question asking about the x coordinate of the vertex
38 - the trig problem with h being 10.</p>