Knowing this, we can see that Triangle ABC is similar to the 3-4-5 triangle, each side of ABC 4 times the length of the 3-4-5 triangle.3.
Knowing that triangle ABC is similar to a 3-4-5 triangle, and that triangle DEF is also similar to a 3-4-5 triangle, we can find \(sin\: F\) by substituting 3-4-5 for the sides of DEF and using the definition of sine: 1.
We’ve also included how many questions fall under each category, so if you’re self-studying, you can prioritize the types of questions that appear more often.
A grid-in question can test any of the topics above and is found at the end of each portion of the math test, both no-calculator and calculator.
Rewriting word problems to include words like equal to, less than, more than, sum, and so on can help you easily translate the problem into equations and inequalities.2.
We’re told that Roberto wanted to sell \(57\) insurance policies but he didn’t meet his goal, which means that he sold less than \(57\) insurance policies. Next, we’re told that the value of all the policies sold was more than \($3,000,000\).
The first question asked for the value of \(x\) in the expression.
Because her bank account earns \(2\%\) interest compounded annually, we can convert \(2\%\) to a decimal, giving us \(.02\).
For our fluid moving at a velocity of \(1\), we have \(q=\fracn(1)v^2\).
We can thus see that the dynamic pressure of the faster fluid will be \(2.25\) times that of the slower fluid. If you’re given a word problem that involves geometry or trigonometry and no diagram, you should draw yourself a diagram and label the information.