Master Math for the SAT: What You Need for Test Success

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Peterson's, Oct 24, 2008 - Mathematics - 563 pages
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Master Math for the SAT is designed as a self-teaching text to prepare for the mathematics sections of the SAT. At the beginning of each chapter, there is a ten-question diagnostic test to guide the student's preparation throughout the book. At the end of each chapter is a retest that is similar to the diagnostic test. It also includes hundreds of practice problems covering geometry, algebra, fractions, and more, as well as expert test-taking strategies, flexible study planning, user-friendly design geared to the high school student, and answers with comprehensive explanations for all test items in an easy-to-use workbook format. Unique “Take It to the Next Level” section offers further review and guidance for those who want to score even higher

 

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Contents

DIAGNOSING STRENGTHS
11
PRACTICING MATH FORTHE
85
Operations with Fractions
113
Verbal Problems Involving Fractions
139
Variation
159
Percent
177
Verbal Problems Involving Percent
197
Averages
217
Factoring and Algebraic Fractions
275
Problem Solving in Algebra
295
Geometry
329
Inequalities
371
Numbersand Operations Algebra
385
Additional Geometry Topics Data Analysis
425
TAKEITTO THENEXTLEVEL
477
THREE MATH PRACTICE TESTS
515

Conceptsof AlgebraSigned Numbersand
231
Literal Expressions
253
Roots and Radicals
261
Practice Test 4
551
Answer Key and Explanations
559
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