# SAT® Math

(SAT-MATH.AE1) / ISBN : 978-1-64459-487-2

## About This Course

SAT-MATH focuses exclusively on preparing you for the math portion of the SAT. Covering algebra, geometry, trigonometry, functions and graphs, and statistics and probability, this course hones your problem-solving skills and equips you with the knowledge needed to excel in the test. You'll find SAT-specific math skills, numerous practice questions, and practice tests. With interactive lessons, quizzes, and practice tests, this course ensures you're well-prepared to achieve your best SAT math score.

### Skills You’ll Get

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## Lessons

22+ Lessons | 134+ Exercises |

## TestPrep

3+ Full Length Tests | 134+ Practice Test Questions

### Introduction

- About This Course
- Assumptions
- Icons Used in This Course
- Where to Go from Here

### Welcome to SAT Math

- SAT Math Basics
- Overview of SAT Math Topics
- SAT Math Strategy
- Three SAT Success Stories

### Review of Pre-Algebra

- Sets of Numbers
- Fractions, Ratios, Decimals, and Percentages
- Absolute Value
- Radicals
- Understanding Algebra Terminology
- Graphing on the xy-Plane
- Choosing and Using a Calculator

### Algebra I Reboot Part 1: Expressions

- Evaluating Expressions
- Simplifying Expressions
- Factoring Expressions

### Algebra I Reboot Part 2: Equations and Inequalities

- Solving Simple and Intermediate Algebra Equations
- Solving More Difficult Equations
- Solving Inequalities

### Linear Functions

- Interpreting Linear Functions as Words, Tables, Graphs, and Equations
- Linear Function Basics
- Using Two Formulas to Find the Slope
- Solving Linear Function Problems
- Solving Word Problems

### Systems of Equations

- Systems of Linear Equations
- Working with Problematic Systems of Equations
- Systems of Linear Inequalities
- Systems of Non-Linear Equations

### Ratios, Proportions, and Percentages

- Understanding Ratios and Proportions
- Using Ratios and Proportions to Solve SAT Word Problems
- Using Percentages to Answer SAT Questions

### Statistics and Probability

- Statistics
- Probability

### Understanding Data and Information from Tables and Graphs

- Reading Information from Tables
- Understanding Bar Graphs, Histograms, and Dot Plots
- Working with Line Graphs and Scatterplots

### Functions

- Understanding Function Notation
- Working with Function Notation
- Using the Vertical Line Test for Functions
- Knowing Some Key Parent Functions
- Transforming Functions

### Polynomials

- Knowing Polynomial Basics
- Identifying Odd and Even Polynomials
- Finding the x-Intercepts of Polynomials
- Sketching the Graph of a Polynomial
- Equivalent Polynomials
- Recalling Synthetic Division for Polynomials

### Quadratic Functions

- The Quadratic Function in Standard Form
- The Quadratic Function in Vertex Form
- Connecting Standard and Vertex Forms
- Finding the Roots of a Quadratic Function

### Exponential and Radical Equations

- Solving Exponential Equations
- Answering SAT Math Questions Using Exponential Functions
- Graphing Exponential Functions
- Radical Equations and Functions

### Geometry and Trigonometry

- Geometry
- Trigonometry

### Additional SAT Math Topics

- Imaginary and Complex Numbers
- Circles on the xy-Plane

### Practice SAT Math Test 1

- Section 3 — No Calculator
- Section 4 — Calculator

### Practice SAT Math Test 2

- Section 3 — No Calculator
- Section 4 — Calculator

### Practice SAT Math Test 3

### Ten Things You Will Almost Definitely See on Your SAT Math Test

- Linear Functions
- Systems of Linear Equations
- Quadratic Functions
- Percentages
- Ratio/Proportion Problems
- The Mean and the Median
- The Trig Identity
- The Quadratic Formula
- The Imaginary Number i
- Circles on the Graph

### Ten Tips to Improve Your SAT Math Score

- Study Diligently in Your Math Classes
- Get Good at Doing Basic Calculations in Your Head
- Get Good at Using Your Calculator
- Study SAT-Specific Math Skills
- Get Comfortable Turning Words into Numbers
- Take Timed Practice Tests
- When Taking Practice Tests, Budget Your Time to Maximize Your Score
- Study from Your Timed Practice Tests
- Retake Your Timed Practice Tests
- Take the SAT More than Once

### Ten Tips to Be at Your Best on the SAT

- Do Something Fun the Day Before the Test
- Don’t Study for More than 20 Minutes the Night Before the Test
- Pack Everything You Need the Night Before
- Do Something Relaxing Before Bed
- Get a Good Night’s Sleep
- Wear Several Layers of Clothing
- Arrive at the Test Site Extra Early
- Spend Your Time Just Before the Test However You Please
- Remember to Breathe
- Skip Over Any Questions That Throw You