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SAT Math: Unit Rate and Measurement Conversions - Chapter Summary
Study this chapter on unit rate and measurement conversions before you take the mathematics portion of the SAT examination. Complete with video and text lessons on the topic, the chapter reviews how to convert between various units of measurement. You could also study how to gauge an object's density and practice converting between inches, feet, gallons, yards and quarts. This chapter's lessons could expand your ability to:
- Find a unit rate
- Calculate density from mass and volume
- Convert between various standard units
Experienced instructors present the information in this chapter. The online videos can be watched around the clock on your mobile device. Rewind, pause or jump forward as necessary. Take the self-assessment quizzes at any point during your study process. They consist of five multiple-choice questions and can be taken more than once. If you print out the results, you'll be able to use them as offline study resources.
SAT Math: Unit Rate and Measurement Conversions Chapter Objectives
Draw upon what you learned in this chapter when you're taking the math section of the SAT examination. You'll find four content areas on this portion of the examination; the Problem Solving and Data Analysis is where you could see questions related to the topics in this chapter. On the whole, test candidates have 80 minutes to answer the 58 math questions.
1. How to Find the Unit Rate
If we are going to use math to predict outcomes, one of the most useful measures we can establish is the unit rate of change. In this lesson, you'll learn how to find the rate of change and apply the formula to real-life examples.
2. Density: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems
In this lesson, you'll learn about density, the way in which density can be calculated from mass and volume, and that density of substances are constant. You'll get to calculate densities of various materials in different situations.
3. Common Unit Conversions
Watch this video lesson, and you will become a pro at converting between inches and feet, between feet and yards, and between quarts and gallons. Learn the special numbers involved in each conversion.
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