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SAT Math Level 1 Subject Test
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Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Area of a Rectangle
Negative
A=bh
Negative
Odd
2. Factors  Multiples
Angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees
Factors are Few  Multiples are Many
A polynomial with exactly two terms  such as (x5)
SA= 6s^2
3. Volume of a Cylinder
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The long diagonal of that solid is equal to the diameter of the sphere.
D= sv3
Pr^2h
4. Cone
One endpoint and extends in one direction
The three angles of a triangle add up to 180.
Has a slant height  radius  and height
Both solids have the same diameter.
5. An equilateral triangle
SA=prl +pr^2
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Has three equal sides and three equal angles
F= sv2
6. Surface Area of a Cylinder
A foursided polygon
SA= 2pr^2 +2prh
A=s^2v3/4
Positive
7. Root
The sum of the lengths of a polygon's sides
x^2 + y^2 = r^2
A root of a polynomial is a value of the variable that makes the polynomial equal to zero. (the values that make the equation true.) Roots are also known as zeros  solutions  and xintercepts.
Even
8. Degree
The sum of the lengths of a polygon's sides
The sum of the exponents in an algebraic termthe degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of any term in the polynomial.
Opp/hyp
Multiply all the possible combinations of the endpoints  and select the smallest and the largest. This will make up your new range....
9. Sum of the Angles of a nsided polygon
A= (b1+b2/2)h
Sum of Angles= (n2) x 180
Is always opposite the shortest side
(4/3)pr^3
10. The Quadratic Formula
A type of angle measure. One radian is an angle of a piece of the circle in which the radius is equal to the length of the arc included in that piece of the circle.
Sixsided polygon
Adj/hyp
x= b+/ vb^24ac/2a
11. Ray
Never intersect
(1/3)pr^2h
One endpoint and extends in one direction
S^3
12. The Third Side Rule
The length of any side of a triangle must be between the sum and the difference of the lengtsh of the other two sides.
SA=2lw + 2wh +2lh
Positive
A perfectly flat surface that extends infinitely in two dimensions
13. When working with ranges  be careful of...
14. Averages: Average=
Total/Number of Things
Positive
The sum of the exponents in an algebraic termthe degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of any term in the polynomial.
Divides a line segment into two equal halves
15. Work Done=
V=1/3Bh (b=area of base)
Rate x Time
Rate of Work x Time
Be careful of switching the signs when you use the negative end of the equation!!! See pg. 76 Q 8
16. In a triangle  the smallest angle 
Is always opposite the shortest side
Odd
F= sv2
Between 90 and 180
17. Percent Increase Formula
Is always opposite the longest side
8 15 17
Final Amount= (Original) x (1 + Rate)^(number of changes)
y2y1/x2x1
18. Volume of a Cone
The sphere's diameter is equal to the diagonal of the rectangle formed by the cylinder's heights and diameter.
(1/3)pr^2h
V=1/3Bh (b=area of base)
Even
19. Area of Triangles
Both solids have the same diameter.
A=1/2bh
A line that cuts a line segment  angle  or polygon in half.
y=mx+b  b=yintercept
20. odd x odd=
C=pd  C=2pr
Odd
V=4/3pr^3
Total/Number of Things
21. even  even=
A vertical line drawn from the polygon's base to the opposite vertex. Altitudes are always drawn perpendicular to the base.
Even
Final Amount= original x (1rate)^number of changes
Has all equal sides and angles. (equilateral triangles and squares)
22. How to find the longest line that can be drawn inside a cylinder
D^2 = (2r)^2 + h^2
Odd
Sum of Angles= (n2) x 180
Odd
23. arc
Subtract the four combinations of endpoints. Be careful what the problem is asking for! See pg. 75
Means inverse
V=1/3pr^2h
Perfectly straight and extends infinitely in both directions
24. When a cube or rectangular solid is inscribed in a sphere...
A line segment extending from the center of a circle to a point on that circle.
Bh
The long diagonal of that solid is equal to the diameter of the sphere.
The portion of a circle's area between two radii
25. Surface Area of a Cube
Between 0 and 90
Factors are Few  Multiples are Many
SA= 6s^2
Something that is tangent to a curve touches that curve at only one point without crossing it. A shape may be internally or externally tangent to a curve  meaning it touches the inside or the outside.
26. Perpendicular
D= v(x2x1)^2 + (y2y1)^2
Perpendicular lines are at right angles to one another.
Log b/log n
When you make 'x' negative  always remember to switch the signs for the answer.
27. When a sphere is inscribed in a cube ...
28. even x even=
Even
One endpoint and extends in one direction
A: av3:2a
y=mx+b  b=yintercept
29. Volume of a Prism
Bh
y= a(xh)^2 +k
5 12 13
V=lwh
30. even  odd=
Opp/hyp
The length of any side of a triangle must be between the sum and the difference of the lengtsh of the other two sides.
Odd
A perfectly flat surface that extends infinitely in two dimensions
31. Sector
32. PercentDecrease Formula
Total Distance/Total Time
Final Amount= original x (1rate)^number of changes
Is always opposite the shortest side
The sum of the exponents in an algebraic termthe degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of any term in the polynomial.
33. Pythagorean Triplets: 25
Log b/log n
Having equal distance from two different things
7 24 25
(4/3)pr^3
34. Sector
35. positive x negative=
Negative
Log b/log n
The three angles of a triangle add up to 180.
Between 0 and 90
36. Wherever a right triangle is divided in two by a height drawn from the right angle ...
V=Bh
Pr^2h
Eightsided polygon
The result is three similar triangles of different sizes
37. sin=
A line segment connecting two distinct points on a circle.
A=bh
Opp/hyp
Never intersect
38. positive/positive=
Positive
V=4/3pr^3
y=mx+b  b=yintercept
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39. Line Segment
The sum of the exponents in an algebraic termthe degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of any term in the polynomial.
Has two endpoints
Multiply all the possible combinations of the endpoints  and select the smallest and the largest. This will make up your new range....
SA=2lw + 2wh +2lh
40. Long Diagonal of a Cube
D= sv3
Has a slant height  radius  and height
V=Bh
The sum of the lengths of a polygon's sides
41. Circumference of a Circle
7 24 25
Even
(xh)^2 + (yk)^2 = r^2
C=pd  C=2pr
42. Equidistant
Divides a line segment into two equal halves
Total/Number of Things
Even
Having equal distance from two different things
43. Range
V=Bh
A^2+b^2=c^2
Even
Values that can be produced by a function
44. If a is positive (in a parabola)...
Add up to 180 degrees
A shape that in placed inside another shape with the tightest possible fit. The two shapes will never overlap.
The parabola opens upward
Having equal distance from two different things
45. Pentagon
Value in a function's domain where the function equals zeroalso called zero  solution  or xintercept of a solution.
A: av3:2a
Fivesided polygon
Even
46. Volume of a Cone
Positive
3 4 5
V=1/3pr^2h
D^2 = (2r)^2 + h^2
47. Area of a Trapezoid
V=Bh
Are equal
(1/3)pr^2h
A= (b1+b2/2)h
48. Pythagorean Triplets: 4
Values that can be produced by a function
3 4 5
Like a prism  but with a circular base. Two important dimensions: radius and height
A=pr^2
49. Percent Change Formula
V=4/3pr^3
The parabola opens downward
The sum of the exponents in an algebraic termthe degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of any term in the polynomial.
Amount of change/original x 100
50. Pythagorean Triplets: 17
8 15 17
Having equal distance from two different things
SA=prl +pr^2
Sevensided polygon