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Challenge Question #1: Win a Free Magoosh Account

Answer this question, and you could win a free Magoosh account. 🙂

Here’s how:

1. Submit an answer and explanation in the comments of this post by 2PM on Thursday, the 20th.

2. I will pick the comment with the best explanation, and this person will win a free account!

3. Comments will remain hidden until we release the answer and the winner, so don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up immediately–we’ll still see it!

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This post will be updated with the answer on Thursday, after the winner is announced. Good luck!

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a). A

b). B

c). C

d). D

e). E

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UPDATE, 3/20/2014: Congratulations to Daniel. You’re our winner! 🙂 

SAT Challenge Problem #1 Answer


About Rachel Wisuri

Rachel helps eager students find out about Magoosh. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a super helpful double major in History and French. In her free time she can be found eating peanut butter, drinking five cups of tea per day, and playing with cats.

2 Responses to “Challenge Question #1: Win a Free Magoosh Account”

  1. Akinola Daniel says:

    Quotient means the answer after division has taken place, To get the quotient of P/Q we nned to know what is P and what is Q. P is approximately -1.5 because it’s in the middle of -1 and -2. Q would be approximately 1.2 because it’s just a liitle after 1. Therefore P/Q would be -1.5/1.2= -1.25. Therefore the quotient of P/Q is -1.25. From the options below, option ‘C’ best represents the quotient of P/Q as -1.25. The answer is option (C) .

    • Rachel Wisuri Rachel says:

      Hey there! I thought your explanation was the most clear and concise, so you’re our winner. 🙂 I just emailed you with instructions to set up your free account. Happy studying!

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