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## What is the Kaplan ACT Mathematics test?

The ACT, short for American College Testing, is the leading US admissions test, measuring what you learn in high school to determine your academic readiness for college. The ACT consists of the sections English, Math, Reading and Science – and an optional section focusing on writing.

This preparation pack will help you get prepared for the hardest section of the ACT, the math test! The math part of the ACT test is a 60-minute, 60-question math test and calculators are permitted in this section only.

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The ACT Math Package consists of:

• Numerical Skills/Pre-algebra Tests
• Algebra Tests
• College Algebra Tests
• Geometry Tests
• Trigonometry Tests

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## Numerical skills/Pre-algebra Placement Test

The questions in this part of the ACT math test range in content from basic arithmetic concepts and skills to the knowledge and skills considered prerequisites for a first algebra course. The Numerical Skills/Pre-algebra placement test includes items from more than a dozen content areas; however, a majority of the questions come from the following 7 categories:

1. Operations with integers
2. Operations with fractions
3. Operations with decimals
4. Positive Integer exponents, square roots, and Scientific Notation
5. Ratios and Proportions
6. Percentages
7. Averages (Means, Medians, and Modes) Example Numerical skills/Pre-algebra question, click here or on the picture for a free test.

Explanation:

Let the unknown number be x, then

150 - x = 159 - 91 = 68

x = 150 - 68 = 82

The right answer is C, 82.

## Algebra Placement Test

The questions in this part of the ACT math test are composed of items from three curricular areas, being elementary algebra, coordinate geometry, and intermediate algebra. Each of these three categories is further subdivided into a number of more specific content areas. The Algebra Placement Test includes from more than 20 content areas; however, a majority of the questions from the following 8 categories:

1. Substituting values into algebraic expressions
2. Setting up equations for given situations
3. Basic operations with polynomials
4. Factoring polynomials
5. Linear equations in one variable
7. Rational expressions
8. Linear equations in two variables Example Algebra question, click here or on the picture for a free test.

Explanation:

Multiplying step by step:
Here, (x – y) (y – z) (z – x)
= (xy – xz – y^2 + yz) (z – x)
= (xyz – z^2 x– y^2z + yz^2 – x^2y + x^2z + xy^2 –xyz)
= xy^2 + yz^2+ x^2z – x^2y– y^2z– z^2x

## College Algebra Placement Test

The questions in this part of the ACT math test focus on algebra knowledge and skills in a variety of content areas. The majority of items come from the following 5 categories:

1. Functions
2. Exponents
3. Complex numbers
4. Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series
5. Matrices (basic operations, equations, and determinants) Example College algebra question, click here or on the picture for a free test.

Explanation:

Here, 1st term: a=1
Common ratio, r= (-3)/1=-3
Number of terms, n=11
The summation, Sn=(a(1-r^n))/(1-r)
S11 = (1(1-(-3)^11))/(1-(-3))
=44287

## Geometry Placement Test

The questions in this part of the ACT math test focus on the following content areas:

1. Triangles (perimeter, area, etc.)
2. Circles (perimeter, area, arcs, etc.)
3. Angles (supplementary, complementary, adjacent, vertical, etc.)
4. Rectangles (perimeter, area, etc.)
5. Three-dimensional concepts
6. Hybrid (composite) shapes Example Geometry question, click here or on the picture for a free test.

Explanation:

We know, the third side of a triangle is less than the sum of other two.
So, the third side should be less than (7+ 9) =16.
So, the perimeter should be less than 7+ 9+ 16= 32
Again, the third side should be greater than the subtraction of other two.
So, the third side should be greater than (9 – 7) =2
So, perimeter should be greater than 7+ 9+ 2= 18
Therefore, the right answer is C.

## Trigonometry Placement Test

The questions in this part of the ACT math test focus on the following content areas:

1. Trigonometric functions and identities
2. Right-triangle trigonometry
3. Trigonometric equations and inequalities
4. Graphs of trigonometric functions
5. Special angles (multiples of 30 and 45 degrees) Example Trigonometry question, click here or on the picture for a free test.

Explanation:

2tanθ/(1+tan^2 θ⁡)=(2 sinθ/cosθ)/(1+(sin^2 θ)/(cos^2 θ))=(2 sinθ cosθ)/(cos^2 θ+sin^2 θ)=2 sinθ cosθ
Comparing with x.sinθ cosθ ,we get x=2
Therefore, the right answer is B.

## Tips and Tricks to ace your ACT Mathematics test

Doing some research about the test that you’re expecting is the most important step in preparation for any aptitude test. If you know what to expect you will increase your chances of performing well due to the fact that you’re familiar with the formats. Also, by practicing aptitude tests you will reveal your own strengths and weaknesses that you can work on in preparation for the actual assessment.

These effective test-taking strategy tips and tricks are well worth remembering before you take the actual ACT Math test:

• Practice, practice and practice some more to familiarize yourself with the content areas of the test.
• Read the question and instructions properly to make sure you understand the type of answer required. Even though this seems logical, often candidates miss out very important information. Multiple-choice tests use so-called ‘distractors’ as answer possibilities. These distractors are answers options which are deliberately similar to the right answer; in other words, the answer possibilities are designed to test if you read the question and provided information property.
• Make sure you learn how to efficiently use a calculator properly and wisely. Effective use of a calculator can help you save precious time and energy during the real test.
• Do not linger over problems that take too much time. Try to solve as many as you can; then return to the others in the time you have left for the test.
• In general, unless otherwise stated, all of the following should be assumed during the ACT Math test:
• Illustrative figures are not necessarily drawn to scale.
• Geometric figures lie in a plane.
• The word line indicates a straight line.
• The word average indicates arithmetic mean.

## Why practice?

Practice makes perfect! You will see that through practice your performance will improve. Familiarizing yourself with psychometric tests is the first step to success. Through practice, you will get a clear picture of what these tests are, what they look like, what they measure, and what the testing conditions will be.

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To help you ace your ACT Mathematics Assessment we put together a preparation package, tailor-made for ACT Mathematics Assessment. These tests contain the same questions you can expect in your actual ACT Mathematics Assessment. The ACT Mathematics Preparation Package consists of the following tests:

• Numerical Skills/Pre-algebra Tests
• Algebra Tests
• College Algebra Tests
• Geometry Tests
• Trigonometry Tests

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