New SAT Math Workbook

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Unformatted text preview: sent to the colleges you have named on your registration form, to your high school, and to you. www.petersons.com About the SAT xv HOW TO USE THIS BOOK The math review that follows is designed as a self-teaching text to help you prepare for the mathematics sections of the SAT. At the beginning of each chapter, you will find a ten-question diagnostic test. Try this test before you read the chapter. Check your answers with the solutions provided at the end of the chapter. If you get eight to ten questions right, you may skip that chapter and go right on to the next diagnostic test at the beginning of the following chapter. Or you may prefer to skim the instructional material anyway, just for review, but not bother with the practice exercises. If you get five to seven questions right, you might do the practice exercises only in the sections dealing with problems you missed. If you get fewer than five questions right, you should work carefully through the entire chapter. At the end of each chapter you will find a retest that is similar to the diagnostic test. After working through the chapter, you should do better on the retest. If not, go back and review any instructional material dealing with errors you made before proceeding to the next chapter. Working diligently through each chapter in this manner will strengthen your weaknesses and prepare you to get your best score on the three Practice new SAT Math Tests at the end of this book—and on your actual SAT. Good luck. www.petersons.com Operations with Whole Numbers and Decimals 1 DIAGNOSTIC TEST Directions: Work out each problem. Circle the letter that appears before your answer. Answers are at the end of the chapter. 1. Find the sum of 683, 72, and 5429. (A) 5184 (B) 6184 (C) 6183 (D) 6193 (E) 6284 Subtract 417 from 804. (A) 287 (B) 388 (C) 397 (D) 387 (E) 288 Find the product of 307 and 46. (A) 3070 (B) 14,082 (C) 13,922 (D) 13,882 (E) 14,122 Divide 38,304 by 48. (A) 787 (B) 798 (C) 824 (D) 1098 (E) 1253 Add 6.43 + 46.3 + .346. (A) 14.52 (B)...
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course MATH a4d4 taught by Professor Colon during the Spring '10 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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