SBAC Review - Day 05
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by Men Sam
| 17 Questions

# 1. Use mental math, calculator, and scratch paper when necessary.

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A diver is -13 ft below sea level. A seal is -24 ft below sea level. A shark is -25 ft below. A seagull is 20ft above sea level. Who is closest to sea level?
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A diver is -13 ft below sea level. A seal is -24 ft below sea level. A shark is -25 ft below. A seagull is 20 ft above sea level. Who is farthest from sea level?
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Change the mixed number 51 1/3 into an improper fraction.

Sample Answer: 120/3
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Change the mixed number 3 2/3 into an improper fraction.

Sample Answer: 14/3
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Divide 20/3 รท 1/3

Hint: Multiply by the reciprocal
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The ratio of blue to all marbles is 1:3. Could there be 6 blue and 12 green marbles in the bag? Select 2 that apply.

Hint: blue to all
6/18
6/12
Yes
No
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A small theater earned \$3,550 in ticket sales, for an annual play, the first day it went on sale. Regular seats cost \$25. Tickets for the preferred seats cost \$50. All 25 preferred seats were sold. How much money was made selling tickets for the preferred seats?

Sample Answer: \$1,500
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A small theater earned \$3,550 in ticket sales, for an annual play, the first day it went on sale. Regular seats cost \$25. Tickets for the preferred seats cost \$50. All 25 preferred seats were sold. How much money was made selling tickets for the regular seats?

Sample Answer: \$2,500
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A small theater earned \$3,550 in ticket sales, for an annual play, the first day it went on sale. Regular seats cost \$25. Tickets for the preferred seats cost \$50. All 25 preferred seats were sold. How many regular tickets were sold?

Sample Answer: 65 tickets
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A small theater earned \$3,550 in ticket sales, for an annual play, the first day it went on sale. Regular seats cost \$25. Tickets for the preferred seats cost \$50. All 25 preferred seats were sold. How many tickets were sold?

Sample Answer: 120 tickets

# 2. Try your best and submit.

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Hint: This is a 4-step problem. First find out how much money was made by selling the 75 preferred seats. Now subtract that amount from the total earnings to find out how much money was made selling regular seats. Figure out how many regular seats were sold in order to make that much money. Now you can find how many tickets were sold altogether.

Sample Answer: 125 tickets
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Hint: Sea level is zero. Think of absolute level when ordering.

Sample Answer: Fish, Duck, Submarine, Goose, Swimmer
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Hint: Change mixed numbers into an improper fraction before multiplying or dividing.

Sample Answer: # [unit]
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Hint 1: Draw a line that represents a piece of fencing that is 3 2/3 ft. Draw where the 4 stakes might be. So how many sections are you dividing it into?

Sample Answer: 1 3/5 ft
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Hint: Pick one of the 8 original prices given and find 60% of it. That is your discount. Now subtract discount from original to see if it is \$12.50. If it is, then you have guessed the original price correctly.

Sample answer: \$42.50
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Sample Answer: \$10.25
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Hint: The ratio is boys to all. The first one would be 4/14. Which would reduce to 2/7. So it would be false. Second would be 8/20. Now reduce and find out...

Sample Answer: T, T, F, F, F, T
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