The SAT Math Review Book for People Who Hate Math
Publication date: October 2009
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
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The difference between high scorers and low scorers on the SAT Math is WORD PROBLEMS. Students who excel at setting up and solving word problems do much better than those who don't. The SAT Math Review Book for People Who Hate Math offers a complete word problem review. Topics include: translating from English into algebra, ratios and proportions, distance, mixture, rate of work, age, money, Pythagorean Theorem, similar triangles, quadrilateral, circles, sphere, and cylinders. There are over 150 pages devoted solely to the teaching of word problems. Naturally, other subjects are covered completely also. There is a thorough review of equation solving, squares and square roots, order of operations, prime numbers, integers,basic geometry, and data analysis. Written by an author with 25 years of teaching and tutoring experience, The SAT Math Review Book for People Who Hate Math offers step-by-step instruction in an easy-to-read style. If conventional review books leave you frustrated, try this book for a pleasant introduction to a subject that many students find intimidating.