## SAT

Aryan Sharma
10 hours ago
**Math** |
**Ratio and Proportion**

### Wrong Options (more)

Question 6 of SAT Math D113 has wrong options. Where do I report this?

**The amount of money a teacher earns is directly proportional to the number of students he teaches. The teacher earns $ 250 when he teaches 4 students. How much will he earn if he teaches 15 students?**

Options:

A. |
500 |

B. |
1025 |

C. |
1175 |

D. |
1125 |

### Solution

**earning ex no of students**

** ⇨ earning = constant ****×**** no. of students**

** ⇨ 250 = constant × 4**

** ⇨ Constant = **** = 75**

** So, for 15 students earning = 75 × 15 = $ 1125 **

For this solution, the teacher should earn $300 and not $250.

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Aryan Sharma
10 hours ago
**Math** |
**Ratio and Proportion**

### Wrong Options (more)

Question 6 of SAT Math D113 has wrong options. Where do I report this?

**The amount of money a teacher earns is directly proportional to the number of students he teaches. The teacher earns $ 250 when he teaches 4 students. How much will he earn if he teaches 15 students?**

Options:

A. |
500 |

B. |
1025 |

C. |
1175 |

D. |
1125 |

### Solution

**earning ex no of students**

** ⇨ earning = constant ****×**** no. of students**

** ⇨ 250 = constant × 4**

** ⇨ Constant = **** = 75**

** So, for 15 students earning = 75 × 15 = $ 1125 **

For this solution, the teacher should earn $300 and not $250.

#### Be the first person to answer the question!

Aryan Sharma
10 hours ago
**Math** |
**Ratio and Proportion**

### Wrong Options (more)

Question 6 of SAT Math D113 has wrong options. Where do I report this?

**The amount of money a teacher earns is directly proportional to the number of students he teaches. The teacher earns $ 250 when he teaches 4 students. How much will he earn if he teaches 15 students?**

Options:

A. |
500 |

B. |
1025 |

C. |
1175 |

D. |
1125 |

### Solution

**earning ex no of students**

** ⇨ earning = constant ****×**** no. of students**

** ⇨ 250 = constant × 4**

** ⇨ Constant = **** = 75**

** So, for 15 students earning = 75 × 15 = $ 1125 **

For this solution, the teacher should earn $300 and not $250.

#### Be the first person to answer the question!

LEAP Administrator
3 months ago
**Math** |
**Probability**

### Results on the Bar Exam of Law School Graduates The table above summarizes the results of 200 (more)

Passed Bar Exam | Did not pass bar exa | |

Took review course |
18 | 82 |

Did not take review course |
7 | 93 |

Results on the Bar Exam of Law School Graduates. The table above summarizes the results of 200 law school graduates who took the bar exam. If one of the surveyed graduates who passed the bar exam is chosen at random for an interview, what is the probability that the person chosen did not take the review course?

x= total Law School Graduates- Did not pass bar exam- who took review course who passed the bar exam. x= 200-175-18 x=7

LEAP Administrator
3 months ago
**Math** |
**Quadratic Equations**

### In the equation above a b and c are constants If the equations is true for all values of x what is the value of b (more)

2x(3x 5) 3(3x 5) = ax^{2} bx c

In the equation above, a, b, and c are constants. If the equations is true for all values of x, what is the value of b?

2x(3x + 5) + 3(3x + 5) = ax^{2} + bx + c

expanding LHS

6x^{2} + 10x + 9x + 15 = ax^{2} + bx + c

6x^{2} + 19x + 15 = ax^{2} + bx + c

comparing coeficients

b = 19