November SAT test A Thread

<p>Hi guys... Collegeboard hit us with two different tests this year, so the forums are probably going to be a bit crazy.
I had:
-human/animal behavior
-grand canyon
-young sensei
-scientific theorems.
I'm going to call it test A ahahah
Anybody remember anything?</p>

<p>I had "Test A" in Missouri. For the math one where j^2 + k^2 = 25 and j>k, what was the least value for j? </p>

<p>What about the Langston Hugh's 60 year old story? Had lain?</p>

<p>-3 for j,k problem</p>

<p>was the similar triangles multiple choice question in the first math section 4.5?</p>

<p>yes (10char)</p>

<p>i think it was like 15root(2)</p>

<p>The Reporter asked the sensei about his age "Exhausting her list". What was the question? Impromptu, Creative, ect.</p>

<p>And I'm pretty sure my Experimental was CR and included conflicting passages about necessity and invention and some actor who walked with "swagger". It was dramatically harder than any other CR I've taken, so...</p>

<p>i put impromptu</p>

<p>For the j k question, wouldn't it be -5?
I mean (-5)^2+(0)^2=25... :(</p>

<p>j had to be greater than k... sorry bro :/</p>

<p>Darn it haha guess I need to read questions more carefully :(
How about the x=r/s one? I put (x+1)/x</p>

<p>that one is correct</p>

<p>Man, this thread is about to die!
Okay, anyone remember the last question on writing? It was about spending summer for research thing - I put "spending", not sure tho.</p>

<p>ok guys I had this test, and only ommited like 4 math. and got 1 grid in wrong I think, for grid ins i rember a couple of my answers (not in order)</p>


<p>BTW what was number 17 grid in. It asked you about the plant heights, for september. This was f'in easy, but I couldnt get it. It was like an increase of .02%</p>

<p>I think I put almost same answers as you... except 980. I put 995 :/</p>

<p>**disregard this</p>

<p>I'm pretty sure it was an increase of 50%, no? I got 13.5 for that one if I recall correctly. Was the triangle area 9? The radius = "height" of the triangle = 3, and he vertical "base" was 6, so the area would be (1/2)(6)(3) = 9. Am I right? Also, was the train one three hours? And what about the computer program with a picture and a background and 1/8 and 1/16? I got something like 120... Might've been C.</p>

<p>"fuc" that grid in is 995. Got that wrong. I thought increase was .02. The first one was 4, then 6, then 9. However you also have to add up the heights. So 4 to 6, add them you get 10. The difference is 2. 2/10=.02. Then the next was 6 to 9. add them you get 15. difference of 3. 3/15=.02. I couldnt get the next number though. But yea it is 13.5. Just figured it out.</p>

<p>@Dentrix - what? That's way overcomplicating it. 9/6 = 6/4 = 1.5. So the multiplier is 1.5 (increase of 50%.) 1.5*9=13.5.</p>