In this lesson, follow along with several new problems from the College Board’s Official Guide to flex your UTAC (“using the answer choices”) strategy skills.
In this lesson, TAPAprep introduces the concept of “literal expressions” to translate convoluted SAT math prompts into clean, solvable algebra.
In this lesson, continue to learn about using literal expressions on the SAT math section to solve problems with algebra and number plugging.
In this lesson, learn about “neat” algebra on the SAT—so called because a neat solution is built into the problem, if you know how to look for it.
In this lesson, follow along with TAPAprep to practice more “neat” SAT algebra, and start using the problem to pave a direct path to its solution!
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