# SAT II Math II : Mathematical Relationships

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Add the tens digits with the two as the carryover.

Add the hundreds digits with the two as the carryover.

Combine this number with the ones digits of the previous calculations.

### Example Question #2 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Carry the one, and add the tens digits.

Carry the two, and add the hundreds digits.

Combine this number with the ones digit of the other numbers.

### Example Question #3 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Carry the two, and add the tens digits.

Carry the two, and add the hundreds places.

Combine all ones digits.

### Example Question #4 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Add the tens digits using the one as the carryover.

Combine this number with the ones digit of the first number solved.

### Example Question #5 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Carry the one and add the tens digits.

Combine this number with the ones digit of the first number.

### Example Question #6 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Carry the one and add the tens digits.

Combine this number with the ones digit of the first number.

### Example Question #7 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Add the tens digits with the one as the carryover.

### Example Question #8 : Mathematical Relationships

Explanation:

Add the tens digit with the carryover.

### Example Question #1 : Exponents And Logarithms

Solve for :

Give the solution to the nearest hundredth.

Explanation:

One way is to take the common logarithm of both sides and solve:

Solve for :