SAT Preparation Tip: How To Create An Effective Study Plan


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SAT Practice Test 1: Section 8 — Question 13 (Math)


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Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem

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Stuff CTY Says


From CTY Skidmore session 2 2012. All credit goes to the RA’s that made this.
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Intro to logarithms. Learning that logarithms are just a way of expressing “the exponent that you have to raise a base to to get another number”

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New SAT Exam: How Should Students Prepare?


As students in the U.S. take the newly redesigned SAT for the first time on March 5, Greenberg Educational Group’s Eric Greenberg explains how the test has changed. Photo: Getty Images

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SAT Prep: Test 4 Section 2 Part 5


Problems 17-18 on page 586
SAT Prep: Test 4 Section 2 Part 5

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