Ch 31: ACT Math: Rational Equations and Expressions

Revisit indispensable mathematics topics to prepare for the ACT math exam. Short, user-friendly video lessons with quizzes will help you prepare for success.

ACT Math: Rational Equations and Expressions

The fun and engaging video lessons in this chapter address crucial algebraic concepts. Review the following topics to get ready for the math portion of the ACT:

• Solving rational equations
• Adding and subtracting rational expressions
• Multiplying and dividing rational expressions

Work your way through the video lessons and complete the corresponding exercises for more practice. After you take the quick quizzes, you'll know of any areas that still need more attention.

ACT Math Objectives

The algebra section of your math ACT comprises 55% of the questions. You'll complete problems based on an understanding of pre-algebra and elementary algebra concepts, in addition to the following intermediate algebra topics:

• Rational and radical expressions
• Absolute value equations and inequalities
• Patterns and sequences
• Systems of equations

Of the 60 multiple-choice questions, 15% test your understanding of those intermediate algebra concepts. You'll have 60 minutes to choose the correct answers for the math problems, and you may perform your calculations with paper and pencil, or by using an approved model of calculator.

Your review of rational equations and expressions with our video lessons will guide you towards success, especially if you take advantage of the practice exercises and quizzes for immediate feedback.

The math results that you'll receive back from ACT will include a general math score on all the questions, in addition to three sub-scores for combinations of individual areas.

4 Lessons in Chapter 31: ACT Math: Rational Equations and Expressions
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