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In this section, 60 minutes are given for 60 questions. For ACT math exam questions, it will be enough to use the math learned at the high school level quickly. Instead of wasting time on questions that cannot be solved at first, these questions should be returned when time remains after solving all the exam questions.

ACT Math Topics

#1: Pre-Algebra/Elementary Algebra

Pre-Algebra (20-25%)

Basic operations using whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and integers

Place value

Square roots and approximations

The concept of exponents

Scientific notation

Factors

Ratio, proportion, and percent

Linear equations in one variable

Absolute value and ordering numbers by value

Elementary counting techniques and simple probability

Data collection, representation, and interpretation

Understanding simple descriptive statistics

Elementary Algebra (15-20%)

Properties of exponents and square roots

Evaluation of algebraic expressions through substitution

Using variables to express functional relationships

Understanding algebraic operations

The solution of quadratic equations by factoring

#2: Intermediate Algebra/Coordinate Geometry

Intermediate Algebra (15-20%)

The quadratic formula

Rational and radical expressions

Absolute value equations and inequalities

Sequences and patterns

Systems of equations

Quadratic inequalities

Functions and modeling

Matrices

Roots of polynomials

Complex numbers

Coordinate Geometry (15-20%)

Graphing and the relations between equations and graphs, including points, lines, polynomials, circles, and other curves

Graphing inequalities

Slope

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Distance

Midpoints

Conics

#3: Plane Geometry/Trigonometry

Plane Geometry (20-25%)

Properties and relations of plane figures, including angles and relations among perpendicular and parallel lines

Properties of circles, triangles, rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids