GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS

GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
Product Rating
Not yet rated
File Type
PDF (Acrobat) Document File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
1.17 MB   |   6 pages

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

SAT Mathematics is a required entrance exam to many colleges and universities throughout the USA. Despite its importance, many students continue to struggle in it yet this exam is based on very common basic Math principles. When these ideas are reviewed in depth, any student is bound to boost their SAT Math score tremendously.

This study guide is based on ideas that I have used to help students study SAT Math. I have had immense success in helping students succeed. One of my students recently scored a 770/800 in the SAT Math.

This e-book will help all SAT MATH students to reinforce important ideas needed to succeed in the SAT Math section. The first topic to review is the Shaded Region problems.

Notice the trick that the SAT uses. The students are often presented with a shaded region problem which seems quite complicated. But by using the basic rule:

The Area of a Shaded Region = The Area of the Whole Region - The Area of the Unshaded Region

Some of the other ideas which are discussed in the document are:
area formulas and special triangles.

Explore this idea in this series of SAT Math review ideas. This ideas will become invaluable to all SAT Math students.
Total Pages
6
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 Week

Average Ratings

N/A
Overall Quality:
N/A
Accuracy:
N/A
Practicality:
N/A
Thoroughness:
N/A
Creativity:
N/A
Clarity:
N/A
Total:
0 ratings
COMMENTS AND RATINGS:
Please log in to post a question.
PRODUCT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
$3.99
Digital Download
ADD ONE TO CART
User Rating: 4.0/4.0
 (5 Followers)
$3.99
Digital Download
ADD ONE TO CART
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS
GEOMETRY: SHADED REGION PROBLEMS