Solving a system of linear equations isn’t as hard as you may think. Here is a step-by-step example and how to check if you’re right using Google search!
Lines and slope are a commonly tested topic on the SAT math section. A lot of algebra uses these concepts too. Make sure you know it well!
Probability questions can be a little confusing. There are 5 types of probability questions the SAT may ask you. Make sure you know what they are!
Volume and area are part of the Additional Topics section on the SAT. What concepts will be tested? Do you know your volume and area formulas? Check out this blog to find out!
A circle is the collection of all points equidistant (at equal distance) from a given point. Although not tested commonly, you need to know everything about them if you’re aiming for an 800 on the SAT!
What is a ratio exactly? How is it different from a proportion? How will it be tested on the SAT? This and more in this blog entry on Ratio and Proportions.
Here are a few awesome examples of the types of quadratic questions you may see on the SAT.
Rational exponents is sometimes referred to as a law of indices. There are many laws of indices but this is just one of them. Rational exponents is defined by the following …
If we have an understanding of functions, then we would know that function has an input, output and a relationship. We can also recall that a function is usually denoted by “f(x) = …”.
In mathematics, a function relates to an output that resulted from an input. It is like in computer science when you learn about input and output devices and the relationship between both.