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Ch 24: Compass Math: Similar Figures

About This Chapter

This chapter will help you identify similar shapes and solve problems involving their applications. Use our video lessons and self-assessment quizzes to review several approaches that will help you correctly answer these types of questions on day of the ACT Compass Math exam.

Compass Math: Similar Figures - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter will help prepare you for the Compass Math exam by reviewing similar figures and their properties. Our instructors will guide you through the following methods to help you study for the test:

  • Identifying similar shapes, including polygons and triangles
  • Applying these similar shapes in comparative context
  • Constructing similar shapes proportionately

Video lessons efficiently address important steps as well as a variety of study strategies. Being armed with different approaches can make identifying similar figures simpler, and our instructors make learning these methods fun.

Compass Math: Similar Figures Chapter Objectives

The Compass Math exams are comprehensive exams provided by ACT consisting of placement tests and a diagnostic assessment in five unique mathematic subject areas. Our lessons will help you study for the levels of mathematical knowledge that the Compass test will evaluate you on in accordance with college math course entrance standards. This chapter prepares you for questions on the Geometry test.

Compass tests are untimed, computer-administrated multiple-choice assessments designed to evaluate your skills. Our accompanying lesson and chapter assessments are meant to demonstrate the types of questions you will see on exam day.

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