ACT Math Tip of the Day

Averages Please solve the following problem: Sydney earned 91, 93, 93, 94, and 96 points on the 5 essays—each out of a total of 100 points— given so far this semester. How many points must she earn on her sixth essay, which is also out of 100 points, to average 90 points for the six […]

ASPIRE Tip of the Day

Pythagorean Theorem   Trevor sells TV’s and needs to mark the sizes of each TV on its tag. The TV size is determined by the length of its diagonal. One TV has a width of 24 inches and a height of 10 inches. He believes that the size of the TV is 26 inches. Is […]

ACT Reading Tip of the Day

Natural Science Download and print the following passage. Your students will refer to it to answer the question.  From the passage “Our Disappearing Bees” by Robert Queenston According to the passage, who is planting hedgerows and wildflowers “for everybody else,” as quoted in the final paragraph (lines 62–69)? A. Jessa Cruz B. Chris Storm and […]

ACT Science Tip of the Day

Reading Charts and Graphs Download and print the following charts and graphs so your students can refer to them to answer the question below. Passage IV  In Figure 2, at which of the following times does a normal person’s blood glucose concentration reach its maximum after eating? A. 30 minutes after eating B. 1 hour […]

ACT Math Tip of the Day

Circle Area and Circumference Please solve the following problem: Circles A, B, and C have radii with measures of x centimeters, 3x centimeters, and 6x centimeters, respectively. What is the ratio of the radius of Circle B to the diameter of Circle C?   F. 1:2 G. 1:4 H. 1:12 J. 2:1 K. 4:1   Scroll […]

ASPIRE Tip of the Day

Run-Ons and Fragments Read the following sentence to find the best answer. Clues that some automobile designers have lost their originality being found in their car names: R8, LS460, and GTR.   A. NO CHANGE B. originality are C. originality, having been D. originality,   Scroll down or click here for the answer!     Students need practice […]