# Ch 25: SAT Math: Equations and Expressions

Review essential algebra functions for the math portion of your SAT. The short, engaging videos and informative quizzes will help you get ready for the exam.

## SAT Math: Equations and Expressions - Chapter Summary

The largest portion of the math SAT addresses algebra functions. Prepare by taking advantage of our user-friendly video lessons that cover essential topics:

• Linear equations
• Absolute value
• Systems of equations
• Direct and inverse variations
• Exponential equations
• Multiplication of binomials with FOIL and area methods
• Polynomials
• Complete the square

As you make your way through the short video lessons, make sure that you also complete the quick quizzes. Then you'll know if you're ready to go on to the next chapter or if there are topics you should review first.

### SAT Math Objectives

At least 35% of the math test, composed of 58 questions over 80 minutes, analyzes your algebra skills. The SAT topics tested in this area include the following:

• Exponents
• Simplifying and substituting
• Linear equations and inequalities
• Algebraic word problems
• Absolute value
• Inverse and direct variation
• Equations of lines
• Algebraic functions concepts

By completing our review in this chapter, you'll address all of the topics listed above. Complete the accompanying exercises for additional practice in solving absolute value, using FOIL and the area method in multiplying binomials and in completing the square. By the time you take the quizzes, you should be ready for some positive feedback.

You may use an approved model of calculator on test day for the calculator section. There is also a no-calculator section. You don't lose any points for incorrect answers in responses, nor for questions you choose not to answer. Your raw score then converts into a scaled score ranging from 200-800. If you earn around 500, you'll know that your score was similar to the national average for SAT math test takers.

7 Lessons in Chapter 25: SAT Math: Equations and Expressions
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
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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