ASSET College Algebra Test: Practice & Study Guide
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As you prepare for the ASSET College Algebra test, use our fun study guide to easily review essential topics. All of our video and text lessons are created by professional instructors and available to you 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer.to start this course today
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About this Course
This prep course will help you on the ASSET Mathematics Test on College Algebra by giving you an overview of college level algebra concepts, and example problems. Our expert instructors will help you understand functions, factorials and all kinds of other algebraic concepts. The course includes chapters on:
 Polynomials
 Factorials
 Complex Numbers
 Linear equations and Inequalities
 Rational Expressions
About the Exam
The ASSET College Algebra Test is designed to test student's proficiency in firstyear college algebra, equivalent to what's in a precalculus course. The exam is typically given to freshmen after they've been admitted to a school and is used as a placement standard. The College Algebra Test has 25 questions, and you are allotted 25 minutes to complete it.
Preparing and Registering for the ASSET Advanced Mathematics: College Algebra Exam
Our expert instructors will guide you through the concepts you need to know to be successful on the ASSET Advanced Mathematics: College Algebra Exam. With our easytonavigate video lessons, complete with convenient video tags, you'll be able to focus on the areas you're having trouble with or just review concepts, all at your own pace. Plus, with our accurate transcripts, you'll never have to worry about missing information.
Our study guide will teach you all about the double angle formula, dividing polynomials with long and synthetic division, horizontal and vertical asymptotes, dividing complex numbers and many more topics. At the completion of this course. you'll have a better understanding of college algebra concepts and problem solving techniques.
The ASSET Advanced Mathematics: College Algebra exam is often used in conjunction with a school's orientation process to help determine which classes would best fit the student's educational needs. You'll need to look at your school's orientation process and assessment requirements for specific registration information.
Scoring the ASSET Advanced Mathematics: College Algebra Exam
ASSET examinations are not scored like a typical examination in which there is a 'passing' grade. Instead, the ASSET exams are designed to measure proficiency in different areas, allowing educators to see where your strengths are and what subject areas you're struggling with. From there, they can more accurately place you in a class that will meet your own educational needs.
The College Algebra Test contains a combination of multiplechoice and constructedresponse questions. College algebra questions on the exam take up about 64% of the test content, with 24% being allocated to trigonometry and 12% to intermediate algebra. Here is what you'll see on the exam:
 Intermediate Algebra: 3 questions
 College Algebra: 16 questions
 Trigonometry: 6 questions
Exam Topics Covered: Exponential functions, factorials, operations with complex numbers, composition of functions, inverse of functions, linear inequalities, graphs of polynomials
What You'll Study: Our expert instructors will show you short video lessons on graphing polynomials, operations with functions, exponential functions, rational expressions and functions, polynomial functions, factorials, complex numbers, linear inequalities, linear equations, graphing sine and cosine, graphing the tangent function, unit circles, laws of sines and cosines, special right triangles, double angle formula, converting between radians and degrees, solving trigonometric equations for X, and basic trig identities.
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