Question Number 1 SAT PROBLEM 4^{th} problem in a 25 problem section A certain state requires that an applicant for a driver's license answer at least 80 percent of the questions on a written test correctly. If the test has 30 questions on it, at least how many of these questions must be answered correctly?


Question Number 2 SAT PROBLEM #7 in a 25 problem section What percent of 50 is 6?


Question Number 3 SAT PROBLEM #7 in a 25 problem section If r is 35 percent of p and s is 45 percent of p, what is r + s in terms of p?


Question Number 4 SAT PROBLEM 9^{th} problem in a 25 problem section What percent of 50 is 6? (Sunday/5.1997 #4) p. 484 

Question Number 5 SAT PROBLEM #11 in a 25 problem section 75 percent of 88 is the same as 60 percent of what number?
 E) .75*88=66 .60 *110=66 TEST METHOD: WORK IN REVERSE from Answers Hopefully, you didn't waste time trying to figure out how to solve this algebriacally. (Impress your Math teacher in class with your algebraic magic; save time on a standardized tests like the SAT with whatever method will most quickly get you the answer.) The most timeefficient way to solve this is

Question Number 6 SAT PROBLEM #17 in a 25 problem section A store has 660 bocks in stock. If 30 percent of these books are on sale, how many books are not on sale? (Student Generated Response) ( Saturday/5.2002 #17) p. 665 *  462
KEYWORD: NOTthey even underlined it for you!!!! TRAP: If you got this wrong, you either A) fell into the common trap of ignoring the all important stndardized test word "not" and therefore you probably found the number of books that are on sale. B) Probably just made some silly arithmetic error. 
Question Number 7 SAT PROBLEM A total of 60 advertisements were sold for a school yearbook. If 20 percent of the first 20 sold were in color, 40 percent of the next 30 sold were in color, and 80 percent of the last 10 sold were in color, what percent of the 60 advertisements were in color? 

Question Number 8 SAT PROBLEM If x > 0, what is 30 percent of 15x?


Question Number 9 HARD SAT PROBLEM: A dress is selling for $100 after a 20 percent discount. What was the original selling price?


Question Number 10 MEDIUMHARD SAT PROBLEM


Question Number 11 SAT PROBLEM


Question Number 12 HARD SAT PROBLEM (22nd out of 25 problems) A person slices a pie into k equal pieces and eats on piece. In terms of k, what percent of the pie is left? 

Question Number 13 HARD SAT PROBLEM

A. 
Question Number 14 HARD SAT PROBLEM ( 25 ^{th} problem out of 25 problems ) A store charges $28 for a certain type of sweater. This price is 40 percent more than the amount it costs the store to buy one of these sweaters. At an endofseason sale, store employees can purchase any remaining sweaters at 30 percent off the store's cost. How much would it cost an employee to purchase a sweater of this type at this sale?

B. 