Ch 35: HSPT Test: Linear Equations

Use the information contained in the Linear Equations chapter of our HSPT test prep study guide as you prepare to take the HSPT test. These videos will help you brush up on your algebra and improve your ability to answer linear equations questions correctly.

HSPT Test: Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

Use these video lessons as a solid foundation for a well-designed review of how to define, graph and work with linear equations. You will find the following information in the videos:

• Explanation of linear equations
• Standard forms and intercepts of linear equations
• Graphing linear equations and how to go from a graph to a rule
• Understanding abstract algebraic examples
• How to graph zero slope, undefined slope, etc.
• Writing linear equations

The lessons in this study guide are designed not only to fit your learning style, but your schedule as well. We make the videos short but comprehensive and place all the resources you need at your fingertips. Access to our instructors and subject matter experts is only a click away, and links between the quizzes and the lessons make referral back and forth quick and convenient.

HSPT Test: Linear Equations Chapter Objectives

Successful completion of the HSPT test is a prerequisite for admission to select Catholic high schools. The test measures mathematics, quantitative, reading, verbal and language skills. The Linear Equations chapter of our HSPT test prep study guide aligns with the mathematics portion of the exam. There are 64 questions in this section. There are 298 question on the overall test. The questions are all multiple-choice, requiring you to carefully read the question, review the responses provided and select the correct one. The test is paper-based.

5 Lessons in Chapter 35: HSPT Test: Linear Equations
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