Math Workout for the SAT

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The Princeton Review, 2004 - Mathematics - 260 pages
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The Princeton Review realizes that acing the SAT Math section is very different from getting straight A’s in geometry and algebra. We don’t try to teach you everything there is to know about math–only the techniques and information you’ll need to score higher on the Math section of the SAT. InMath Workout for the SAT, we’ll teach you how to think like the test writers and

-Eliminate answer choices that look correct but are designed to confuse you
-Tackle important material, including Algebra II problems and more challenging math concepts
-Improve your Math score with the most effective test-taking techniques, including Plugging In and Order of Difficulty

This book includes more than 50 quizzes and problem sets to sharpen your test-taking skills. All of our simulated test questions are like those you’ll see on the actual SAT. To help you improve your score even further, we fully explain every solution.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Calculators
7
Plugging In the Answer Choices
14
Definitions
26
Fractions
32
Percentages
38
Proportions
46
Median Mode Set Intersection and Union
53
Estimating
153
Factors Multiples and Primes
159
Ratios Proportions and Probabilities
170
Standard Deviation Intersection and Union
179
Equations Simple
188
Triangles
201
Circles
208
Quadrilaterals Boxes and Cans
215

Roots
62
Sequences
68
Quadratic Equations
74
Inequalities
80
GridIn Questions
126
More Plugging In
137
Plugging In the Answer Choices
143
Functions
222
Mixed Bag
237
GridIns
243
More GridIns
250
More Mixed Bag
256
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