problems with new SAT math and grammar problems. The correct answers are not there, and
some of the diagrams are very out of sync with the true problem (wrong angles and dimension ratios). I used to work for Stanley K and was even invited to go to NYC to work on problems. Something is really wrong here. I scored in the upper 99th percentile on the GRE math back in the early 70's. I am a Latin teacher who just gave the site to her students and was devastated when I saw the problem problems. Inexcusable! It was easier for me to contact you than them, but I will keep trying. Shame on someone! I work with ETS.
I was not credited with a few thou grains from last night, but the problem with the incorrect problems is exponentially more concerning.
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Derwin Buard commented
This one is wrong:
If 3x=81, then what is x[cubed] equal to?
From my workings, if 3x = 81 then x = 81/3 = 27
27 cubed is not 64, it is orders of magnitude bigger.
64 is 4 cubed.