Bob Miller's Math for the ACT
Maximize Your Math Score on the ACT with Bob Miller! REA’s newest ACT test prep helps high school students master math and get into the college of their dreams! Bob Miller has taught math to thousands of students at all educational levels for 30 years. His proven teaching methods will help you master the math portion of the ACT and boost your score! Written in a lively and unique format that students embrace, Bob Miller’s Math for the ACT prepares ACT test-takers with everything they need to know to solve the math problems that typify the math portion of the ACT. Unlike some dull test preps that merely present the material, Bob actually teaches and explains math concepts and ideas. His no-nonsense, no-stress style and decades of experience as a math teacher help students boost their ACT math score. In this new test prep, Bob breaks down math and puts it back together in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step format. Each chapter is devoted to a specific topic and is packed with examples and exercises that reinforce math skills. Some of the topics covered include: - Exponents - Square Roots - Algebraic Manipulations - Equations and Inequalities - Geometry and more! Packed with Bob Miller’s engaging examples, ACT practice questions, plus test-taking tips and advice, this book is a must for any student preparing for the ACT! Remember, if you’re taking the ACT and need help with math, Bob Miller’s got your number!
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