# Ch 6: Compass Math: Percents

Discount and tax calculations are just a few of the topics that you'll have a stronger understanding of after reviewing the ''Percents'' chapter. Our professional instructors use fun videos and their transcripts to break down the ACT Compass Math test prep topics.

## ACT Compass Math: Percents - Chapter Summary

Get a better grip on the process of converting percent notation to fraction notation by reviewing the examples and key terms in a lesson. The ACT Compass Math test also may have questions that require knowledge of some of the following areas in the chapter:

• The steps to solving interest problems
• Solving word problems that use percents
• Compounding interest formulas
• Changing between decimals and percents

Review the videos for these lesson topics and then get additional preparation by reading through the clear and effective lesson transcripts. After you look at the video and text study resources for each major topic in the chapter, you can immediately gauge your understanding with the self-assessment quizzes.

### Objectives of the ACT Compass Math: Percents Chapter

ACT Compass Math includes a test used for placement purposes and there's also a diagnostics test. The placement exam looks at five different subareas including algebra and pre-algebra. These subareas may have percent-related items, and the diagnostics tool includes percent questions in its pre-algebra content. This Percents chapter's coverage of the subject matter and helpful practice quizzes will make you familiar with the relevant questions you'll be answering on test day.

10 Lessons in Chapter 6: Compass Math: Percents
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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