These skills focus on linear equations, their graphs, and their applications.
There will be 19 questions (33%) in real SAT.
These build on the skills from Heart of algebra by applying them to other function types.
There will be 16 questions (28%) in real SAT.
These skills focus on real-world problems that involve concepts like proportions, units, and statistical analysis.
There will be 17 questions (29%) in real SAT.
These skills cover a variety of concepts, including geometry, trigonometry, and complex numbers.
There will be 6 questions (10%) in real SAT.