10 Practice Math Questions for the ACT

Give Yourself 10 Minutes to Answer these 10 Questions

1. If x + 3 = n, then 2x + 6 = ?

2. The expression a(b – 2c) is equivalent to:

3. What is the slope intercept form of -3x + y + 8 = 0?

4. The expression 4c – 2d is equivalent to which of the following?

5. What is the median of the data given below? 9, 13, 27, 22, 20, 31, 13

6. If 4(a + b)(a – b) = 40 and a – b = 20, then a + b =?

7. Which of the following degree measures is equivalent to 4.25π radians?

8. The ratio of L to M is 3 to 4, and the ration of P to M is 1 to 2. What is the ratio of L to P?

9. If the sum of the consecutive integers from -22 to n, inclusive, is 72, then n = ?

10. In a set of 13 different numbers, which of the following CANNOT affect the value of the median?

10 Practice Math Questions for the ACT

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10 Practice Math Questions for the ACT

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