## About This Quiz

The SAT is considered the standard for college entrance. Scoring 800 on the math section can be tough, but can you score 35/35 on our version of the SAT Math? Find out by taking this quiz.

Are you stressing about taking the math SAT? Letâ€™s see if you really know how to solve these math problems! Can you interpret graphs? Do you know how to make an algebraic equation from a story problem? Can you calculate geometric formulas when given the dimensions for them?

Whether you can answer these questions or if you still need to study some more, use this quiz to help!

Just like on the real math SAT, if you see a variable in a problem, it represents a real number unless specifically stated that it doesnâ€™t. Also, any figures we use are on the same plane, but may not be drawn to scale.

Some parts of the math SAT allow you to use a calculator and others donâ€™t, but this is just for fun (and practice), so you can use a calculator on all our questions. If any equations, such as the area of a circle, are needed to complete a problem, we will give them to you. Keep in mind that the number of degrees of arc in a circle is 360 and the number of radians is 2 Ï€, just as the measure of all the inside angles of a triangle is 180.

Remember, this "Can You Solve These SAT Math Problems?" quiz isn't here to give you test stress. Show us you can get into college, and then challenge your parents (or kids) to beat your score!

The number seven is a prime number. A prime number is a number that is divisible only by the number one and itself.

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The perimeter of a circle is called a circumference. The radius is the line/distance from the center of the circle to the perimeter.

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Something that curves inward is concave. Something that curves outward is convex.

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A gross is 144. 12 is the square root of 144, so a gross is 12 dozen.

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Pi cannot be written as a fraction. Did you know that there is a national pie/pi day?

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Each horizontal line represents one inch. If we find the dots that are not located on the line, and count the lines between them and the line of best fit, we can determine how many are more than 4 inches different.

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A quadrillion comes after a million, billion, trillion. A quintillion comes after a quadrillion.

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A represents 3. This is an algebraic multiplication problem.

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Yes, the opposite angles of a parallelogram are equal. Because the lines are parallel, the angles must be equal.

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87 + 56 = 143. This is a simple addition problem.

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A nonogram has nine sides. Nono means nine.

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Something that curves outward is convex. Something that curves inward is concave.

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The number -3 is an integer. Integers can be negative numbers.

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7 x 9 = 63. This is a simple multiplication problem.

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This is false. In an isosceles triangle, two sides are equal.

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In statistics, the middle value of an ordered set of values is called the median. Median is not the same as mean or average.

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Four squared equals 16. Squaring a number means multiplying it by itself.

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-5 is not a natural number. Natural numbers can't be negative.

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6 to the power of 0 equals 1. Any number to the power of 0 is 1.

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The next prime number after 3 is 5. A prime number is a number that can only be divided by the number one and itself.

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The square root of 81 is 9. 9x9=81

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The Roman numeral "C" represents 100. The Roman numeral "V" represents 5.

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They are both the same. Ten squared equals 100.

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Fractions cannot be integers. Integers are whole numbers, including negative numbers.

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Two is greater than -10. Positive numbers are always greater than negative numbers.

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22 x 4 = 88. This is a simple multiplication problem.

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239 - 127 = 112. This is a simple subtraction problem.

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A right angle is 90 degrees. An acute angle is less than 90 degrees.

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Algebra uses letters to represent numbers. Algebra is fun!

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A graph that indicates a normal distribution in probability and statistics is shaped like a bell. This is called a bell curve.

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Radius is the term for the distance between the center of a circle and the perimeter. The circumference is the distance around a circle.

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A slightly flattened circle is called an ellipse. Ellipses were used as design elements in the Ford Taurus.

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12 is the square root of 144. 12x12=144

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