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Taking the SATs you know what kind of questions would be on?

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yes. everything from simple geometry to complex trig functions. good luck with it
thanks:) do you think there would be stuff about sine and cosine or graphing?
when i took it there was alot of questions about functions f(x)

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whats an sat?
most likely. do you know the rules of sin cos and tan?
ummm not really:(
how you can remember them is this: soh-cah-toa. you just have to remember how it sounds. it translates to sin=opposite/hypotenuse, cos=adjacent/hypotenuse, and tan=opposite over adjacent.
ohhh wow thats a really good idea about remembering it thanks so much!:)
Haha same, i'm taking the math 1 and math 2 sat tomorrow.
i am just taking the normal one for college lol
i took them earlier this year and got a 740 on my math section :D
animal, do you know the cosine formula?
@amistre SAT = Scholastic Aptitude Test
Rubin, Cos= Adjacent Side/Hypotenuse
i meant the cosine formula. A^2=B^2+C^2-AB(cos(m))

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