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CORRECTIONS OF ERRATA from the first printing of the 2nd edition.(Hopefully these corrections will be incorporated in subsequent printings.)PAGE 133 Answer Key: The "Critical Reading" sections should be labeled "Section 4", "Section 6", and "Section 8." (The first section should be changed from "3" to "4.")The "Writing" sections should be labeled "Section 3" and "Section 9." (The first section should be changed from "4" to "3.")PAGE 189 Section 6: On Question 17, change the number in the "Total/Yes" cell from 2090 to 2000.PAGE 203 Answer Key: On Section 4 (Math), change #3 to "B," and change #11 to "C."PAGE 211 Section 4: Change answer of question 3 from "A" to "B."PAGE 212 Section 5: Change answer of question 11 from "D" to "C."PAGE 442 Question 3: Change "what is the smallest possible value of y" to "what is the largest possible value of y."PAGE 480 Section 4: Question 3: Change "In order to find the smallest value of y" to "In order to find the largest possible value of y."PAGE 856 Question 36: Change "Set the y equal:" to "Set the y values equal:" Change second equation from " = x" to "9 = x." Question 38: In first equation, the expression "9(1/3)" should have an exponent of "n" just outside the closed parenthesis.About the Author:
Christopher Black, M.A. is the founder and director of College Hill Coaching. He has been a consultant to the nation's leading educational publishers and software developers and is coauthor of McGraw-Hill's SAT.
Mark Anestis is the founder and director of The Learning Edge and coauthor of McGraw-Hill's SAT.
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