Ch 23: SAT Math: Numbers and Operations

Learn about square roots and other forms of number operations with over 10 engaging video lessons on concepts you may be tested over on the SAT. Not sure if you understand it all? Check your understanding with lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to make sure your ready for the SAT.

SAT Math: Numbers and Operations

You'll find questions related to many numbers and operations concepts on your SAT. Our video lessons help you review for the following topic areas:

• Working with whole numbers
• Solving word problems
• Reading number lines
• Using fractions
• Working with radicals
• Finding prime factorizations
• Working with decimals and scientific notation
• Finding the greatest common factor
• Working with proportions and ratios
• Defining and using mathematical and arithmetic sequences
• Using percents
• Finding least common multiples
• Calculating an arithmetic series
• Understanding mathematical sets: elements, unions and intersections
• Using logic and critical thinking in math

Work your way through the short, video lessons. Then take the quizzes for self-assessment. Go back and revisit any necessary topics. You'll know when you're ready for your SAT.

SAT Math Objectives

You'll complete 58 questions in the math section of the SAT. The following topics appear on the SAT and address numbers and operations concepts:

• Rational numbers
• Sets (elements, intersections and unions)
• Word problems (including ratio, percent and proportion)
• Techniques for counting
• Integer properties (including odd, even, prime and divisibility)
• Elementary number theory
• Series and sequences

Your review with our engaging video lessons will help you master the topics listed above. These topics compose 20% to 25% of the SAT math test. Make sure that you complete the quick quizzes to find out any areas that might need more attention.

You won't need to memorize formulas for the test, because your booklet contains those necessary for problem completion. You may want to use a calculator on some of the questions. Check the SAT student site for the details about approved models.

Your math score will range on a scale from 200-800. If you earn around a 500, you'll know that you've scored around the national average.

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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