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The ACCUPLACER College-Level Math placement Test evaluates your ability to solve problems that involve college-level mathematical concepts. The exam makes up one of the three math tests on the ACCUPLACER.

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The College-Level Math section of the ACCUPLACER math test consists of 20 questions. These questions evaluate your abilities in five areas:

- polynomials
- powers
- roots
- radicals
- absolute value
- simplification and operations with algebraic fractions and expressions
- factoring quadratic expressions

- linear
- quadratic
- exponential
- other algebraic equations and inequalities

- the coordinate plane
- straight lines
- conics
- locus of points
- graphs of algebraic functions

- translating verbal problems
- complex numbers
- series and sequences
- determinants
- permutations and combinations
- fractions and polygons

- exponents and logarithms including computations with functions and graphical properties
- periodicity, amplitude, and other properties
- trigonometric functions, identities, equations, and inequalities
- laws of sine and cosine
- graphs of trigonometric functions

Use our free questions below to begin your ACCUPLACER college math placement test practice.

The inequality is equivalent to which of the following?

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The correct answer is (B).

To solve this inequality, open the parentheses and simplify:

The inequality is equivalent to ; therefore, the correct answer is (B).

If you chose answer (A), check your calculations.

If you chose answer (C), you probably reversed the inequality sign instead of following the rules—only reverse the inequality sign when you multiply or divide by a negative number.

If you chose answers (D) or (E), you probably divided by instead of .

To solve this inequality, open the parentheses and simplify:

The inequality is equivalent to ; therefore, the correct answer is (B).

If you chose answer (A), check your calculations.

If you chose answer (C), you probably reversed the inequality sign instead of following the rules—only reverse the inequality sign when you multiply or divide by a negative number.

If you chose answers (D) or (E), you probably divided by instead of .

What is the value of in the equation ?

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- 3
- 7
- 10
- 100

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The correct answer is (E).

In order to solve this problem, apply these logarithm rules:

Method A:

Note that , thus:

Use and find :

Method B:

Note that , thus:

From the calculations ; therefore, the correct answer is (E).

If you chose any other answer, review your calculations and logarithm rules.

In order to solve this problem, apply these logarithm rules:

Method A:

Note that , thus:

Use and find :

Method B:

Note that , thus:

From the calculations ; therefore, the correct answer is (E).

If you chose any other answer, review your calculations and logarithm rules.

Every Monday morning Brandon receives $400 for the chores he did the week before. Each week he spends between $300 and $460. If Brandon has $200 on Sunday evening, how much will he have saved three weeks later?

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- .$0 - $420
- $0 - $500
- $20 - $420
- $20 - $500
- $420 - $500

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The correct answer is (D).

The answer is a range; therefore, find the maximum and minimum amount of money Brandon may have saved three weeks later.

In order for Brandon to have saved the maximum amount, he needs to spend the minimum amount—$300.

On Sunday evening he had $200.

Every week Brandon receives $400 and spends $300:

Earn($)=400−300=100

Three weeks later:, the maximum amount is $500.

In order for Brandon to have saved the minimum amount, he needs to spend the maximum amount—$460.

On Sunday evening he had $200.

Every week Brandon receives $400 and spends $460:

Earn($)=400−460=−60

Three weeks later: , the minimum amount is $20.

The maximum amount Brandon may have three weeks later is $500, and the minimum amount he may have is $20. Therefore, the correct answer is (D).

If you chose any other answer, review your calculations.

The answer is a range; therefore, find the maximum and minimum amount of money Brandon may have saved three weeks later.

In order for Brandon to have saved the maximum amount, he needs to spend the minimum amount—$300.

On Sunday evening he had $200.

Every week Brandon receives $400 and spends $300:

Earn($)=400−300=100

Three weeks later:, the maximum amount is $500.

In order for Brandon to have saved the minimum amount, he needs to spend the maximum amount—$460.

On Sunday evening he had $200.

Every week Brandon receives $400 and spends $460:

Earn($)=400−460=−60

Three weeks later: , the minimum amount is $20.

The maximum amount Brandon may have three weeks later is $500, and the minimum amount he may have is $20. Therefore, the correct answer is (D).

If you chose any other answer, review your calculations.

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