## One square inch on the average pizza contains 50 calories. Alex bakes a 12″ diameter pizza and cuts it into 8 equal slices. If his dad eats 3 slices and Alex only eats 2, approximately how many more calories did Alex's dad eat than he did?

(A)100

(B) 700

(C) 1,400

(D) 2,100

(E) 2,200

The volume of the right circular cylinder shown below is 64π cubic inches. If its height is 4 in., what is its radius in., what is its radius in inches?

(A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 8 (D) 10 (E) 16

**Correct Answer: B**

If x^{2} - y^{2} = 49 and x - y = 7, then x =?

（A）14 （B） 7 （C） 4 （D） -4 （E） -7

**Correct Answer: B**

Assume that the statements in the box below are true.All students who attend Tarrytown High School have a student I（D）Amelia does not attend Tarrytown High School.Carrie has a student I（D）Traci has a student I（D）Joseph attends Grayson High School.Michael is a high school student who attends TarrytownHigh School.Considering only the statements in the box, which of the following statements must be true?

（A）Michael has a student I（D） （B） Amelia is not a high school student. （C） Carrie attends Tarrytown High School. （D） Traci attends Tarrytown High School. （E） Joseph does not have a student I（D）

**Correct Answer: A**

### More ACT Math Exam Questions

- 1
Two hoses attached to separate water sources are available to fill a cylindrical swimming pool. If both hoses are used, the time it will take to fill the pool can be represented by the following equation: , where

*T*_{1}and*T*_{2}represent the time needed for hoses 1 and 2, respectively, to fill the pool on their own, and*T*_{c}represents the time needed for hoses 1 and 2 to fill the pool working together. If hose 1 alone can fill the pool in exactly 20 minutes and hose 2 alone can fill the pool in exactly 60 minutes, how many minutes will it take to fill the pool if both hoses work simultaneously? - 2Find the area of the following figure
- 3
On a sonar map in the standard (x,y) coordinate plane, the Yellow Submarine and the Sandwich Submarine are located at the points (-7,4) and (-2,6), respectively. Each unit on the map represents an actual distance of 5 nautical miles. Which of the following is closest to the distance, in nautical miles, between the two submarines?

- 4
What is the length, in coordinate units, of a diagonal of a square in the standard (x,y) coordinate plane with vertices at points (0,0), (4,0) and (4,4)?

- 5
The line with equation 5

*y*- 4*x*= 20 does NOT lie in which quadrant(s) of the standard (*x*,*y*) coordinate plane below?