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Encouraged a **from** her teacher, Vanessa b **decided to enter** the short story contest c **with** a story about her experience growing up d **in Canada**. e **No error**

The error in this sentence occurs at (A), where there is an improper idiom. The idiom is “Encouraged *by*,” not “Encouraged *from*.”

Encouraged a **from** her teacher, Vanessa b **decided to enter** the short story contest c **with** a story about her experience growing up d **in Canada**. e **No erro**

The picture above shows the front view of a tunnel that extends 250 meters. The shaded area is the concrete roof of the tunnel. Approximately how much concrete was used to build the tunnel?

Cheers! The volume of the roof layer is equal to the volume of the cylinder formed by the outer edge minus the volume of the cylinder formed with the inner edge.

The outer cylinder is (1/2) **lr*^{2} = (1/2)**250*6*^{2}

The inner cylinder is (1/2) **lr*^{2} = (1/2)**250*4*^{2}

Subtracting the two we get 7850*m*^{3}

The outer cylinder is (1/2) *

The inner cylinder is (1/2) *

Subtracting the two we get 7850

7850*m*^{3} 9760*m*^{3} 14140*m*^{3} 15700*m*^{3} 28280*m*

Today's question of the day is from the geometry category.Click on an answer choice and then click on 'submit answer' to see if you got it right!

Cheers! The volume of the roof layer is equal to the volume of the cylinder formed by the outer edge minus the volume of the cylinder formed with the inner edge.

The outer cylinder is (1/2) **lr*^{2} = (1/2)**250*6*^{2}

The inner cylinder is (1/2) **lr*^{2} = (1/2)**250*4*^{2}

Subtracting the two we get 7850*m*^{3}

The outer cylinder is (1/2) *

The inner cylinder is (1/2) *

Subtracting the two we get 7850

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The picture above shows the front view of a tunnel that extends 250 meters. The shaded area is the concrete roof of the tunnel. Approximately how much concrete was used to build the tunnel? 48%

785013% 9760m^{3}m20% 14140^{3}m15% 15700^{3}m5% 28280^{3}m^{3}

Today's question of the day is from the geometry category.Click on an answer choice and then click on 'submit answer' to see if you got it right!

The picture above shows the front view of a tunnel that extends 250 meters. The shaded area is the concrete roof of the tunnel. Approximately how much concrete was used to build the tunnel?

7850m9760^{3}m14140^{3}m15700^{3}m28280^{3}m^{3}

The outer cylinder is (1/2) *

The inner cylinder is (1/2) *

Subtracting the two we get 7850

Prophet

One who foretells events; a predicter.

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value?

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value?

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value?

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value?

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value?

If **b = 1/3**, and if **m** and **n** are positive integers, which of the following has the greatest value? **b ^{m - n}**

**b ^{m + n}**

**(b ^{m})*(b^{2*n})**

**b ^{m*n}**

The answer cannot be determined.

To strive or struggle with a close grapple; to wrestle in a rough fashion

If , x^-2=16 what is the value of x^2?

To strive or struggle with a close grapple; to wrestle in a rough fashion

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If ,X-2=16 what is the value of X2 ?

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- (B)
- (C)
- (D)
- (E)

If x-2=16, what is the value of x2?

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If , what is the value of ?

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*Read the following SAT test question and then click on a button to select your answer. *

If , what is the value of ?

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If , the value of can be which of the following?

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*Read the following SAT test question and then click on a button to select your answer. *

If , what is the value of ?

If , what is the value of ?

If , what is the value of ?

altruism(noun)

Let **z||w** be defined for all **z,w** as **z+w+12**

What is the value of **12||12**?

Let **z||w** be defined for all **z,w** as **z+w+12**

What is the value of **12||12**?

Let **z||w** be defined for all **z,w** as **z+w+12**

What is the value of **12||12**?

Let **z||w** be defined for all **z,w** as **z+w+12**

What is the value of **12||12**?

abacus(noun)

The circle shown above has center and a radius of length . If the area of the shaded region is , what is the value of ?

Answer Choices- (A)
- (B)
- (C)
- (D)

Regard for others, both natural and moral; devotion to the interests of others; human kindness.

The circle shown above has center and a radius of length . If the area of the shaded region is , what is the value of ?

choreography

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The circle shown above has center 0 and a radius of 5 length . If the area of the shaded region is 20 pie , what is the value of x ?

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*Read the following SAT test question and then click on a button to select your answer. *

The circle shown above has center and a radius of length . If the area of the shaded region is , what is the value of ?

The circle shown above has center O and a radius of length 5. If the area of the shaded region is 20(pi) , what is the value of X?

Answer Choices- (A)
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Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

brash obstinate apathetic timid humorless

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

a)brash b)obstinate c)apathetic d)timid e)

humorless

brash obstinate apathetic timid humorless

Satisfying the demands of polite society; proper, correct, seemly.

*Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. *

*Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. *

- (A) earnestness
- (B) belligerence
- (C) simile
- (D) hyperbole
- (E) understatement

Choose the word or words that fit best into the blanks.

Unlike her ---- sister, Maria would boldly join the conversation at any gathering.

academic . . current European . . detrimental oppressive . . continual secular . . unprecedented financial . . impressive

academic . . current European . . detrimental oppressive . . continual secular . . unprecedented financial . . impressive

academic . . current European . . detrimental oppressive . . continual secular . . unprecedented financial . . impressive

In a stupor; experiencing either rigidity or extreme flexibility of the limbs.

*The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. If the sentence contains an error, select the one underlined part that must be changed to make the sentence correct. If the sentence contains no error, select choice E. *

**earliest** telescopes b **were** Galilean telescopes, modeled after the simple instruments c **built by** Galileo, the first person d **having used** telescopes to study the stars and planets. e **No error**

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*The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. If the sentence contains an error, select the one underlined part that must be changed to make the sentence correct. If the sentence contains no error, select choice E. *

**earliest** telescopes b **were** Galilean telescopes, modeled after the simple instruments c **built by** Galileo, the first person d **having used** telescopes to study the stars and planets. e **No error**

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- (B)
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- (D)
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Choose the word or words that fit best into the blanks

How many points are there on the line that are **1/2** as far from **v** as they are from **u**?

How many points are there on the line that are **1/2** as far from **v** as they are from **u**?

How many points are there on the line that are **1/2** as far from **v** as they are from **u**?

0 1 2 4 An infinite number of points.

How many points are there on the line that are1/2as far fromvas they are fromu?

0 1 2 4 An infinite number of points.

indulge

To grant free rein, to allow.

The distance between the points **(x, 2)** and **(1, 2)** is the same as the distance between the points **(1, 2)** and **(5, 5)**. What is one possible value of **x**?

(A) -4

(B) -3

(C) 0

(D) 4

(E) 5

Unusual personal trait.

What is the average (arithmetic mean) of the following

five numbers: -8, -6, 3, 7, and 19?

five numbers: -8, -6, 3, 7, and 19?

What is the average (arithmetic mean) of the following

five numbers: -8, -6, 3, 7, and 19?

five numbers: -8, -6, 3, 7, and 19?

*Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. *

idiosyncrasy

for August 30

idiosyncrasy(noun

- (A) legitimate . . disgruntled
- (B) frivolous . . greedy
- (C) uncommon . . surprised
- (D) embarrassing . . contented
- (E) warranted . . wise

five numbers: -8, -6, 3, 7, and 19?

1.0 1.6 2.0 2.6 3.0

engulf (verb)

dispute (verb)

dictate (verb)

If

If

If

If

ailment (noun)

engulf

If

-1 0 4 11 There is not enough information to solve for

If

-1 0 4 11 There is not enough information to solve for

If **z** is one less than **y**, what is the value of **x**?

If **z** is one less than **y**, what is the value of **x**?

dispute

Indisposition; minor disorder of the body.

dictate

ailment

x + 4y = 11x + z = 10