# Category: SAT & ACT Question Of The Day

## Dec 27 SAT & ACT Question of the Day

http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/answered-question-of-the-day As usual, the solution to this SAT Sentence Completion question is found in the topic. What does the sentence tell us about the subject (edelweiss)? It is tough when it comes to extreme temperatures. The first clause says how it appears is an illusion, so the blank needs a word that means the opposite of tough.  The only possible answer is B since none of the other first answers is the opposite of "able to survive..."  You don't even need to worry about the second word except to use ... Read More »

## Dec 26 SAT & ACT Question of the Day

http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/answered-question-of-the-day This is a great question to use as a review of a key principle on the SAT and ACT.  There's a pattern for the number of degrees in geometric figures. There's 180 degrees in triangles, 360 in quads, 540 in five-sided figures, etc. Each time you add a side, you add 180 degrees. The formula is: # of degrees = 180 (n-2) where n is the number of sides. In this case, 180 for the triangle plus 360 for the quad gives us 540, answer C. Let's see what the ACT folks have in store for us today.... Read More »