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SAT Math Level 2 Subject Test

Subjects : sat, math
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Sin2x






2. general form of quadratic






3. hyperbola distance to focus






4. Sec^2x






5. 3.) Cos2x






6. 2.) Cos2x






7. log(baseb)b






8. y intercept with general equation






9. sin(pi/2-x)






10. general form of trigonometric function






11. conics p






12. log(baseb)(p*g)






13. parabola with x orientation






14. slope of linear with general equation






15. for quad - a<0






16. area of tri






17. inverse has to be a function?






18. (f/g)(x)






19. x^a * x^b






20. product of even and odd function






21. x-coordinate of vertex of parabola






22. general form of trig - b is






23. even funtion ends






24. phase shift - general form of trig






25. (x^a)^b






26. graph of inverse






27. x^a * y^a






28. x^(-a)






29. (f-g)(x)






30. 1+tanx^2






31. ellipse distance to focus






32. What is another zero of an equation with zero 3+2i






33. function






34. x^0






35. 1.) Cos2x






36. (f+g)(x)






37. sum of odd functions






38. (fg)(x)






39. (fog)(x)






40. axis of symmetry of parabola






41. ellipse x orientation






42. f(x)*f(x)^-1






43. What is the remainer of P(x) divided by (x-r)?






44. odd function






45. 30-60-90 triangle






46. periods of sin - cos tan






47. general equation of linear functions






48. cot(90-x)






49. hyperbola with x orientation - asymptote






50. number of positive real zeros of polynomial p(x)