Ch 29: SAT Math: Quadratic Equations

Before you sit for the mathematics portion of the SAT examination, take the opportunity to brush up on quadratic equations. This subject is the focus of this chapter's short, animated video lessons, which are available online.

SAT Math: Quadratic Equations - Chapter Summary

This chapter on quadratic equations is designed to help you review familiar concepts and impart new information as you get ready to take the math section of the SAT examination. Prepare by watching video lessons that demonstrate how to use the area method to factor equations, perform operations with binomials and polynomials, and factor quadratic expressions. The use of the FOIL method is also outlined. Study the lessons in order to:

• Calculate non-standard quadratic equations
• Solve equations with the quadratic formula
• Change an equation to intercept form from standard form by factoring
• Work with polynomials with a non-1 leading coefficient
• Use the FOIL method to multiply binomials and complete practice problems
• Review the rules for multiplying, adding and subtracting polynomials
• Use the FOIL in reverse method
• Discover how to complete the square

All of this chapter's lessons are self paced and easily accessible 24/7 via a mobile device. While you get set to pass the math portion of the SAT examination, watch the informative videos and submit your questions to the knowledgeable instructors. You'll find main video topics under the timeline link. The online lessons include written transcripts that contain bold keywords. You'll also find self-assessment quizzes in this chapter. Print them out for even greater convenience.

SAT Math: Quadratic Equations Chapter Objectives

There are four content areas on the math section of the SAT examination. Express your knowledge of quadratic equations when you're answering questions on the examination's Passport to Advanced Math section. This chapter's lessons reflect some of the questions and concepts you'll encounter. Overall, there are 58 questions on the SAT Math examination. You'll complete 45 standard multiple-choice questions along with 13 student-produced response questions.

10 Lessons in Chapter 29: SAT Math: Quadratic Equations
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