Ch 30: SAT Math: Ratios, Rates & Proportional Relationships

About This Chapter

Explore this chapter to review information about ratios, rates and proportional relationships. These concepts are outlined in several video lessons. Review them prior to taking the mathematics portion of the SAT examination.

SAT Math: Ratios, Rates and Proportional Relationships - Chapter Summary

This chapter aims to supplement what you've covered in class about ratios, rates and proportional relationships. As you watch the entertaining online video lessons, you could be reminded of their applications. Examples are provided to help you become proficient at solving problems with ratios, rates and proportions for the mathematics section of the SAT examination. Lessons on rate formulas and scale drawings are included. Watch and study these lessons so you can:

  • Define and use ratios and proportions
  • Practice performing calculations with proportions and ratios
  • Write the rate formula and complete the problem-solving process
  • Explore the use of scale drawings and their relationship to mathematics

View these brief online lessons and take the self-assessment quizzes when you have spare time. They can be watched via your mobile device, or you can print out your quiz results for offline review. Experienced teachers explain the above concepts so that you can be ready when you answer math questions on the SAT examination. You can submit questions about ratios, rates and proportional relationships on the dashboard area; just click the icon on the upper right side of the screen to access the ask-an-expert feature. The animated video lessons include written transcripts and navigational video tags.

SAT Math: Ratios, Rates and Proportional Relationships Chapter Objectives

Problem Solving and Data Analysis is one of four content categories on the mathematics section of the paper-delivered SAT examination. When you're answering questions in this section, you can recall what you studied about ratios and proportions throughout this chapter and in the classroom in order to provide accurate answers. There's a time limit of 80 minutes for completing the 58 questions on the math exam.

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