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ACT Math Practice Test ALL ANSWERS 100% CORRECT SPRING FALL-2023/24 EDITION GUARANTEED GRADE A+

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Barbie answered 2 out of 20 questions on her math test incorrectly. What percent of the questions did Barbie answer correctly? Options: 2/20 x 100%, 2/ (20 x 100%), 18/20 x 100%, 18/ (20 x 100%), 2/1... 00% x 20. Answer: 18/20 x 100%. Number of correct questions over number of total questions multiplied by 100. Set S = {0, x + 2, x + 4, x + 6}. What is the average of Set S? Options: 3/4x +3, x+2, x+3, x+4, 3x+12. Answer: ¾ x + 3. Add all the terms in Set S together and divide by 4 to get the average. A bag contains only red, blue, and green marbles. There are a total of 20 marbles in the bag, and the probability of NOT selecting a blue marble is ¼. How many blue marbles are in the bag? Options: 4, 5, 8, 10, 15. Answer: 15. The probability of actually selecting a blue marble is now ¾. ¾ = the amount of blue marbles / 20. Solve for x to equal 15 marbles. Joanie's scores for 3 tests are 100, x, and 80. If the median of her scores is higher than the mean of her scores, then which of the following numbers could be x? Options: 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 Answer: 100. Go through the answers to solve for median and mean of the test scores until the median is greater than the mean. What is the smallest positive value of x for which cos3x = 0? Options: 0, pi/6, pi/3, pi/2, 2pi/3. Answer: pi/6. Find when cosine equals 0. Multiply that answer by 3. A fish tank has a length of 24 inches, a width of 8 inches, and a height of 10 inches. If the tank contains 1,728 cubic inches of water, what is the depth, in inches, of water in the tank? Options: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Answer: 9. The length and width of the water is the same as those of the tank. The water's volume now equals the area of the tank's base times the water's depth. 1,728 = (24)(8)(d). d=9. A car rental company charges $20 per day for a rental car, plus $0.50 for each mile driven. If Kecia kept a car for 3 days and was charged $156.00 dollars, how many miles did she drive? Options: 312, 272, 192, 156, 96. [Show More]

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