# Ch 27: SAT Math: Inequalities

Let our enlightening lessons help you get ready for the math section of the SAT. Review for the portion based on inequalities with our easy-to-use videos and quizzes for immediate feedback.

## SAT Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Prepare for the math portion of your SAT by reviewing the fundamentals of inequalities. Go over the following basic concepts:

• Define inequalities
• Work with set notation, systems of inequalities and compound inequalities
• Graph 1- and 2-variable inequalities
• Solve and graph absolute value inequalities

Watch the user-friendly videos and complete the practice exercises for solving and graphing inequalities. Finish with the quick quizzes to check your progress.

### SAT Math Objectives

You'll answer 58 math questions on the SAT. Your exam's algebra and functions questions form 35%-40% of the math test. Demonstrate your understanding of the following topics:

• Solutions of linear equations and inequalities
• Simplification and substitution in algebraic expressions
• Exponent properties
• Equations of lines
• Absolute value
• Inverse and direct variation
• Concepts of algebraic functions
• Newly-defined symbols based on commonly used operations
• Systems of inequalities and equations

These lessons allow you to study and practice working with inequalities in preparation for the SAT math. On the SAT, you'll earn one point for each correct answer. You won't lose any points for incorrect choices or for unanswered questions. Your scaled score will range from 200-800, with about a 500 indicating that you've scored around the national average.

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