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how are these questions compared to the real dat questions?

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by issa, Aug 1, 2006.

  1. issa

    issa Senior Member
    5+ Year Member

    Aug 24, 2005
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    42. Which of the following solutions will be the
    best conductor of electricity?
    A. Glucose in water
    B. Glucose in ethanol
    C. Table salt in water
    D. Table salt in ethanol

    43. For the reaction between A and B to form C it
    is found that when one combines 0.6 moles of
    A with 0.6 moles of B, all of the B reacts, 0.2
    moles of A remain UNREACTED and 0.4
    moles of C are produced. What is the
    balanced equation for this reaction?
    A. A + 2B C
    B. A + 3B 2C
    C. 3A + 3B 2C
    D. 3A + 2B 3C
    E. 2A + 3B 2C

    44. If the mass percent of oxygen in a nitrogenoxygen
    compound is known, given the mass
    percent of oxygen, all of the following are
    needed to determine the molecular formula of
    a nitrogen-oxygen compound EXCEPT one.
    Which one is this EXCEPTION?
    A. Atomic mass of nitrogen
    B. Atomic mass of oxygen
    C. Avogadro's number
    D. Empirical formula
    E. Molar mass of the compound

    45. A 10.0 liter sample of oxygen at 100°C and 1
    atm is cooled to 27° C and expanded until the
    pressure is 0.5 atm. Find the final volume of
    the oxygen.
    A. (10.0)(1/5)(27/100)
    B. (10.0)(1/5)(373/300)
    C. (10.0)(.5/1)(373/300)
    D. (10.0)(1/.5)(300/373)
    E. (10.0)(.5/1)(300/373)

    46. When the volume of a gas is decreased at
    constant temperature, the pressure increases
    because the molecules
    A. move faster.
    B. experience a lower density.
    C. become heavier.
    D. become greater in number.
    E. strike the container more often.

    47. Which of the following types of bonding is
    found in a diamond?
    A. Covalent
    B. Hydrogen
    C. Van der Waal’s
    D. Metallic
    E. Ionic

    48. The least electronegative element can be
    found in the
    A. upper left corner of the periodic table.
    B. upper right corner of the periodic table.
    C. lower left corner of the periodic table.
    D. lower right corner of the periodic table.

    49. The molar volume of copper (63.5 gmol–1)
    at 25oC is 7.09 cm3  mol–1. Which of the
    following is the density of copper at 25oC in
    g  cm3?
    A. (63.5)/(7.09)
    B. (63.5)(7.09)
    C. (7.09)/(63.5)
    D. 7.09

    10. The introduction of a new manufacturing
    process will effect a savings of $1,450.00 per
    week over the initial 8-week production
    period. New equipment, however, will cost ¼
    of the total savings. How much did
    equipment cost?
    A. $11,600.00
    B. $2,900.00
    C. $725.00
    D. $362.50
    E. $181.25
    11. An investment is made at r percent
    compounded annually, at the end of n years it
    will have grown to A = P(1 + r)n. An
    investment made at 16% compounded
    annually. It grows to $1,740 at the end of the
    year. How much was originally invested?
    A. $150
    B. $278.40
    C. $1,461.60
    D. $1,500
    E. $1,700

    16. Which line is perpendicular to the x-axis?
    A. x = 3
    B. y = 3
    C. x = y
    D. x = y/3
    E. y = x/3
    17. The dental hygienist at a certain office is paid
    H dollars a week. The dental assistant works
    36 hours a week at A dollars per hour, and
    the receptionist works 40 hours a week and
    receives R dollars every other week. Which of
    the following represents the weekly payroll for
    these three employees?

    28. Optometry school applicants decreased by
    25% during a 4-year period. During the same
    time, the number of first-year openings in
    optometry school increased by 12%. If the
    ratio of applicants to first-year student
    openings had been 3 to 1, then which of the
    following would be the approximate ratio at
    the end of the 4-year period?
    A. 1.5 to 1
    B. 2 to 1
    C. 3 to 2
    D. 4 to 3
    E. 6 to 5
    E. ((63.5)/(7.09))(25)
  2. thehipster

    thehipster Senior Member
    7+ Year Member

    Jul 4, 2006
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    Dental Student
    I had questions on my dat that were close to #'s: 45, 46, 47, 49, 10, 17, and 28. The questions were along those lines
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  3. RozhonDDS

    7+ Year Member

    Jan 2, 2006
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    i took my dat today and honestly they all look pretty similar
  4. steven87

    steven87 Member
    5+ Year Member

    Feb 14, 2006
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    very similar and you might see much harder stuff study the kaplan exams and you will do good.
  5. qwert1234

    qwert1234 Junior Member
    2+ Year Member

    Jul 9, 2006
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    can you post all the answers?

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