# Ch 33: SAT Math: Triangles & Trigonometric Ratios

This chapter outlines the fundamentals of triangles and trigonometric ratios for students who are planning to take and pass the mathematics portion of the SAT examination. Watch every video lesson and complete the practice quizzes in preparation.

## SAT Math: Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios - Chapter Summary

Look to this chapter on triangles and trigonometric ratios to build upon what you've learned in math class about different types of triangles, methods of identifying them, solving problems with similar triangles and the properties of special right triangles. The purpose of the Pythagorean theorem is also outlined in this chapter's online videos. Prior to taking the SAT Math examination, watch the lessons so that you may:

• Examine the basic properties of triangles
• Recognize similar triangles and understand their applications
• Use the properties of special right triangles to solve problems
• Calculate trigonometry problems with sine and cosine
• Study trigonometric ratios and discover how to use them
• Practice using and calculating distance with the Pythagorean theorem

Get set to take the mathematics portion of the SAT examination with the help of these preparatory video lessons. Experienced math experts lead the short, engaging lessons, which can be accessed via your mobile device. Click the video tab to watch an animated lesson. Pause and rewind the video as necessary. The course tab includes a link to a page that has a related course, and the quiz tab permits you to take a five-question multiple-choice assessment that tests your comprehension of triangles and trigonometric ratios.

### SAT Math: Triangles and Trigonometric Ratios Chapter Objectives

The Additional Topics in Math section of the examination includes questions related to the topics that are covered in this chapter. For example, you could be tested on similarities, the Pythagorean theorem and the special properties of various triangles. The overall math section of the paper-delivered SAT examination includes 58 questions that must be answered in 80 minutes. There are 45 standard multiple-choice questions and 13 student-produced response questions. When addressing the latter questions, you'll write your answers on a special grid.

9 Lessons in Chapter 33: SAT Math: Triangles & Trigonometric Ratios
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