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To be well prepared for the actual adaptive test, it is recommended that you thoroughly review arithmetic, Algebra I, Algebra II, College Algebra and Trigonometry topics. The attached problems are merely suggested for practice and do not necessarily reflect the problems actually on the test. 1 College Level Mathematics The college level section of the placement test tests you on skills which would allow you to register for college level classes in college. Results of this portion will enable us to place students in Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, College Trigonometry or Pre- calculus. The test evaluates the students in the following six areas. Your results on this section of the test will determine your placement into MATH 064/065, MATH 070 and any of the college level math courses offered at the college. ± Algebraic operations – simplification of rational algebraic expressions, factoring and expanding polynomials and manipulating roots and exponents. Approximately 20% of the problems in this section of the test come from this category. ± Solutions of equations and inequalities – solutions of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, systems of equations and other algebraic equations. Approximately 15% of the problems in this section of the test come from this category. ± Coordinate geometry – plane geometry, coordinate plane, lines conics, sets of points in the plane and graphs of algebraic functions. Approximately 15% of the problems in this section of the test come from this category.

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