# Guide to SAT® Math

Selected questions

## Heart of Algebra

Welcome, scholars! Build the foundation of algebra by reviewing linear equations and inequalities to determine solutions in both straightforward calculations and word-based problems. Some questions will not be solved using a calculator.

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## Problem Solving and Data Analysis

Demonstrate your mastery of foundational math skills through word-based problems. Determine what relationships or calculations would be most appropriate for given situations. Apply basic statistical calculations and critically examine methods of data collection.

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### Measures of Center

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Test yourself through challenging problems that require understanding of higher order algebra topics including polynomial, radical, quadratic, and exponential functions. Be prepared because some questions challenge you to try to answer without using a calculator!

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### Equivalent Expressions

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Despite the heavy influence of algebra, continue to remember geometry and trigonometry concepts! Remember trigonometric functions, identities, and relationships of special triangles. Remember right triangle length ratios and also the Pythagorean Theorem.

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