Bob Miller's SAT Math for the Clueless, 2nd ed: The Easiest and Quickest Way to Prepare for the New SAT Math Section

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 21, 2005 - Study Aids - 160 pages
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Everything you need to know to ace the math sections of the NEW SAT!

He's back! And this time Bob Miller is helping you tackle the math sections of the new and scarier SAT! Backed by his bestselling "Clueless" approach and appeal, Bob Miller's second edition of SAT Math for the Clueless once again features his renowned tips, techniques, and insider strategies for complete mastery of this often-feared portion of the test. Acting as your personal tutor, Miller guides you through all the puzzling elements of mathematics, making even the most complicated material clear and easy to handle.

Features include:

  • Completely updated coverage of the new SAT I, with added topics such as Algebra II
  • A sample exam for the new SAT I math sections developed especially for this book
  • Sample problems with fully explained answers
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Fractured Fractions
1
Chapter 2 Can We Compare? Yes The Powers That Be
7
Chapter 3 Roots Like Square Man
11
Chapter 4 Averages
15
Odds Evens Primes
19
Chapter 6 s
27
Chapter 7 Substitute Substitutions
33
Chapter 8 Exponents
39
Chapter 16 Volumes Surface Area Distance Distance between Points
119
Chapter 17 The Ratio Is
135
Chapter 18 Changes Around the Year 1993
145
Chapter 19 Changes for the TwentyFirst Century
161
Chapter 20 Practicing for the Math SAT
197
Chapter 21 Practice Test I
199
Chapter 22 Practice Test I Answers
215
Chapter 23 Practice Test II
223

Chapter 9 Distributive Law Factoring Reducing Odds and Ends
45
One Unknown
53
Two or More Unknowns and Quadratics
61
Figure the Angle
69
Chapter 13 Areal Search
85
Chapter 14 Securing the Perimeter
97
Chapter 15 Old Pythagoras and a Little Isosceles
105
Chapter 24 Practice Test II Answers
241
Chapter 25 Practice Test III
249
Chapter 26 Practice Test III Answers
265
How to Take the Real SAT
275
About Bob Miller in His Own Words
279
Notes
281
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About the author (2005)

Bob Miller was a lecturer in mathematics at City College of New York, a branch of the City University of New York, for more than 30 years. His principal goal is to make the study of mathematics both easier and enjoyable for students.

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