# Ch 34: SAT Math: Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability

Review important math concepts on data analysis, statistics, and probability that are covered on the SAT. This chapter offers over 10 lessons and quizzes to help you prepare and succeed on the math portion of the SAT.

## SAT Math: Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability - Chapter Summary

Use our lessons to review for the statistics and probability portion of your math SAT. Watch the short, informative videos to prepare for test day. Our lessons can help you brush up on the following topics:

• Pie charts and bar graphs
• Mean, median, mode and range
• Geometric sequences
• Averages
• Probability of combinations and permutations
• Dependent and independent events
• Overlapping and non-overlapping events
• Factorial

After viewing each video, take the short quiz for self-assessment. Then you can revisit any topics that might need more attention.

### SAT Math Objectives

The 58 questions in the math section of your SAT assess your ability to use mathematical thinking in solving problems. The data analysis, statistics and probability problems make up 10% to 15% of the math test and analyze your abilities in the following areas:

• Graphs and tables used in data interpretation
• Mean, median and mode in descriptive statistics
• Probability

The formulas necessary for taking the test are included in the booklet. You won't lose any points for incorrect responses or for questions you choose not to answer.

These lessons can help you meet the SAT math objectives. In addition to the videos and quizzes, this chapter also includes a wealth of practice problems for working with factorial, to make sure that your understanding is firmly in place.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter 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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