Here is a step-by-step guidebook that is designed to help students on the quantitative section of the SAT. Ace the Math on the SAT will produce an understanding of key mathematical concepts, and unlike other SAT guides, lists skills and capabilities required for the test. More than 300 problems are posed and solved in order to provide a comprehensive review of the material. This guidebook will be useful to students, parents, teachers, and administrators alike.
Loren Meierding was previously a system engineer designing defense and transportation systems for Hughes Aircraft Company. His studies specialized in analytic philosophy, epistemology, logic, and philosophy of science.
Part 1 Part I: General Overview and Remarks Chapter 2 The Quantitative Section of the SAT Part 3 Part 2: How to Think about and Solve Problems Chapter 4 Standard Procedures 1 Chapter 5 Standard Procedures 2 Chapter 6 Possibilities Chapter 7 Ratios and Arrangements Chapter 8 Equations and Roots Chapter 9 Geometric Problems Part 10 Part 3: Mathematical Concepts and Worked Problems Chapter 11 Basic Mathematical Entities and Operations Chapter 12 Integer Problems and Basic Number Theory Chapter 13 Sequences, Series, Growth, and Decay Chapter 14 Fractions and Rational Expressions Chapter 15 Ratios, Proportions, and Percentages Chapter 16 Lines, Angles, and Triangles Chapter 17 Polygons Chapter 18 Circles and Polygons Chapter 19 Exponents and Roots Chapter 20 Equations Chapter 21 Word Problems Chapter 22 Inequalities Chapter 23 Functions Chapter 24 Absolute Value Chapter 25 Sets and Logical Reasoning Chapter 26 Arrangements Chapter 27 Probability Chapter 28 Data Representation 1 Chapter 29 Data Representation 2