All SAT II Math I Resources
Example Question #1 : Elementary Operations
Evaluate the expression.
Follow the correct order of operations: parenthenses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction.
First, evaluate any terms in parenthesis.
Next, evaluate the exponent.
Example Question #2 : Elementary Operations
Evalute the expression:
Follow the correct order of operations: parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction. (This is typically abbreviated as PEMDAS. Note that both multiplication and division, and addition and subtraction, are equal to each other in terms of rank, so when both are present, solving the equation proceeds from left to right).
First, simplify anything in parentheses.
Next, simplify any terms with exponents.
Now, perform multiplication.
Since all we are left with is addition and subtraction, we perform simplification from left to right.
Thus, our answer is:
Example Question #3 : Elementary Operations
Add in modulo 7:
In modulo 7 arithmetic, a number is congruent to the remainder of its division by 7.
Therefore, since and ,
and the correct response is 3.
Example Question #4 : Elementary Operations
To solve , make sure the digits are aligned with the correct placeholder. It is also possible to add term by term.
The correct answer is:
Example Question #5 : Elementary Operations
Step 1: Recall PEMDAS...
Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.
Step 2: Perform the evaluation in separate pieces...
Step 3: Replace the values and keep the signs..
Step 4: Evaluate:
Example Question #6 : Elementary Operations
Find the sum of the numbers:
Add all the ones digits.
Add the tens digits with the two as the carryover.
Combine this value with the ones digit of the first number.
The answer is:
Example Question #7 : Elementary Operations
Add the ones digits.
Add the tens digits with the tens digit of the previous number as carryover.
Repeat the process with the hundreds digits.
Combine this number with the ones digits of the previous calculations.
The answer is: