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Intermediate Algebra Subsection of the ACT Test

Intermediate Algebra Subsection of the ACT Test

Author: Stacey Roshan
Description:

At the end of this tutorial, you will understand what kinds of questions to expect when taking the intermediate algebra subsection of the ACT test. You will also learn what topics are covered, some formulas to know, and some basic tips of the trade.

This tutorial will explain what kinds of questions students will experience on the intermediate algebra portion of the ACT test. It includes topics covered, formulas to know, and some basic tips of the trade.

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Notes on "Intermediate Algebra Subsection of the ACT Test"

Notes on "Intermediate Algebra Subsection of the ACT Test"

Overview

(0:00-0:17) Introduction
(0:18-0:33) Topics Covered
(0:34-0:53) System of Equations
(0:54-2:05) Complex Numbers
(2:06-3:20) Quadratic Equation
(3:22-5:27) Radical Expressions
(5:28-6:37) Sequences and Patterns
(6:38-6:48) Recap

Notes

There are 9 questions on the intermediate algebra subsection of the math section of the ACT exam. This subsection focuses on the following topics:

Quadratic formula
Rational and radical expressions
Absolute value equations and inequalities
Basic sequences and patterns
Systems of equations
Quadratic inequalities
Functions and modeling
Matrices
Complex numbers

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