These are actual questions from past SAT exams. **Explain how to solve each question. This is due on Wednesday October 1.**

1. The sum of three consecutive numbers is 33. What is the middle number?

2. The sum of three consecutive integers is 15. What is the middle integer?

3. The sum of three consecutive integers is 93. What is the middle integer?

4. The sum of five consecutive integers is 15. What is the greatest integer?

5. The ages of three brothers are consecutive even integers. The sum of their ages is 54. What is the age of the oldest brother now?

6. If Michael is twice as old as Alice, and four years ago the sum of their ages was 52, how old is Michael now? Choices: 20, 30, 40, 50, 60

7. If Lucas is twice as old Candy and two years ago the sum of their ages was 41, how old is Lucas now?

8. A father is three times as old as his son. Five years ago the sum of their ages was 30. How old is the father now?

9. A mother is four times as old as her daughter. In two years the sum of the ages will be 44. How old is the mother now?

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For questions number 6, the number 30 is shown twice in the choices. Is that number supposed to be twenty?

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I edited it so it’s fine now.

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