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SAT Math Level 2 Subject Test
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Instructions:
Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. x^a * y^a
Cos^2xSin^2x
x
1  square root of 3  2
(xy)^a
2. sinx^2+cosx^2
Cscx
1
Cosx
32i
3. 3.) Cos2x
.5bcsina
12sin^2x
Tanx
Odd
4. for quad  a<0
Sinx
Ax+by+c=0
Opens down
Set of ordered pairs
5. relation
Set of ordered pairs
Divisors or constant term/divisors of leading coefficient
Normal per of f/b =period
1
6. odd function ends
F(x)/g(x)
(xy)^a
R is a zero of the polynomial p(x) if and only if xr is a divisior of p(x)
Opp direction
7. x^a /x^b
x
Odd
32i
x^ (ab)
8. ellipse major/minor axis
2a  2b
Cotx
Sin an dcos 2pi  tan is pi
(xh)^2=4p(yk) p>0 opens up
9. cot(90x)
1  square root of 3  2
Distance from parabola to the focus and directrix
False
Tanx
10. 2.) Cos2x
y=a*f(bx+c)
1
2cos^2x1
2a  2b
11. range
x=b/2a
F(x)+g(x)
y values
Odd
12. f(x)*f(x)^1
C=square root of (a^2b^2)
C=square root of a^+b^2
Cscx^2
x
13. What is the remainer of P(x) divided by (xr)?
Secx^2
(xh)/a^2(yk)^2/b^2=1
If polynomial p(x) is divided by xr then the remainder is p(r)
Same direction
14. sec(pi/2x)
Cscx
2cos^2x1
F(x)*g(x)
Ax+by+c=0
15. inverse has to be a function?
False
1
Sin an dcos 2pi  tan is pi
1+tan^2x
16. number of positive real zeros of polynomial p(x)
Equal to number of sign changes between terms or less than that number by an even integer
Divisors or constant term/divisors of leading coefficient
2cos^2x1
1
17. product of even and odd function
(xh)^2=4p(yk) p>0 opens up
x values
C=square root of (a^2b^2)
Odd
18. 1+cotx^2
yk=+(b/a)(xh)
F(g(x))
Cscx^2
F(x)g(x)
19. general form of quadratic
y values
(xh)/a^2(yk)^2/b^2=1
yk=+(b/a)(xh)
Ax^2+bx+c=y
20. area of tri
.5bcsina
x
Ax+by+c=0
Equal to number of sign changes between terms or less than that number by an even integer
21. Sin2x
Secx^2
2(sinx)(cosx)
F(x)g(x)
Inverse
22. general equation of linear functions
Ax^2+bx+c=y
Tanx
Ax+by+c=0
x values
23. f^1
R is a zero of the polynomial p(x) if and only if xr is a divisior of p(x)
2(sinx)(cosx)
F(x)=f(x)  x y x y  symmetric with respect to the origin
Inverse
24. even funtion ends
1  square root of 3  2
Same direction
C=square root of a^+b^2
Divisors or constant term/divisors of leading coefficient
25. log(baseb)b
x
C=square root of a^+b^2
1/(x^a)
1
26. hyperbola distance to focus
C=square root of a^+b^2
1/(x^a)
x^ (a+b)
Cotx
27. (f/g)(x)
F(x)*g(x)
Divisors or constant term/divisors of leading coefficient
Tanx
F(x)/g(x)
28. log(baseb)(p/g)
2cos^2x1
Log(baseb)p log(baseb)g
yk=+(b/a)(xh)
F(x4)
29. general form of trigonometric function
y=a*f(bx+c)
F(x)g(x)
1/(x^a)
(yk)^2=4p(xh) p>0 opens rt.
30. 306090 triangle
b/2a
1  square root of 3  2
(xh)^2/a^2+(yk)^2/b^2=1
Log(baseb)p + log(baseb)g
31. ellipse x orientation
(xh)^2/a^2+(yk)^2/b^2=1
Same direction
Normal per of f/b =period
Distance from parabola to the focus and directrix
32. csc(90x)
Secx
Cscx^2
b/2a  c(b^2/2a)
Even
33. hyperbola with x orientation  opens to sides
Divisors or constant term/divisors of leading coefficient
y=a*f(bx+c)
(xh)/a^2(yk)^2/b^2=1
False
34. axis of symmetry of parabola
x=b/2a
32i
.5bcsina
Each x value only has one y
35. sum of even functions
b/2a  c(b^2/2a)
Even
Sinx
F(x)*g(x)
36. (fog)(x)
(xy)^a
1 1  square root of 2
.5bcsina
F(g(x))
37. odd function
2(sinx)(cosx)
F(x)*g(x)
C=square root of a^+b^2
F(x)=f(x)  x y x y  symmetric with respect to the origin
38. function
c/b
Each x value only has one y
Opens down
F(x)*g(x)
39. (fg)(x)
(xh)/a^2(yk)^2/b^2=1
Opens up
b/2a
F(x)g(x)
40. vertex of parabola
.5bcsina
b/2a  c(b^2/2a)
Log(baseb)p log(baseb)g
x values
41. 454590 triangle
32i
b/2a  c(b^2/2a)
1 1  square root of 2
2(sinx)(cosx)
42. hyperbola with x orientation  asymptote
yk=+(b/a)(xh)
Ax^2+bx+c=y
1  square root of 3  2
Each x value only has one y
43. ellipse distance to focus
32i
y=a*f(bx+c)
1
C=square root of (a^2b^2)
44. periods of sin  cos tan
1 1  square root of 2
C=square root of a^+b^2
Sin an dcos 2pi  tan is pi
c/b
45. translate 4 units up
R is a zero of the polynomial p(x) if and only if xr is a divisior of p(x)
Sinx
F(x)+4
Log(baseb)p log(baseb)g
46. 1.) Cos2x
Normal per of f/b =period
Tanx
Opens up
Cos^2xSin^2x
47. (x^a)^b
F(x)+g(x)
x^ab
Reflected across line y=x
Cscx
48. general form of trig  b is
.5bcsina
Normal per of f/b =period
12sin^2x
Amplitude
49. log(baseb)(p*g)
Log(baseb)p + log(baseb)g
(xh)^2/a^2+(yk)^2/b^2=1
Set of ordered pairs
x
50. x^a * x^b
Reflected across line y=x
Odd
1+tan^2x
x^ (a+b)