ACT Math basically consists of every branch of Mathematics except for Calculus. I have experience teaching all branch of mathematics. The questioning is similar to the ones of the SAT.
Algebra is the "gateway" to all advanced mathematics. In other words, every math course that comes after Algebra requires the knowledge of algebra and algebra is applied to it.
Algebra, basically, involves the use of letters as numbers, which are called variables.
In my 17 years of math education, I have been familiar with teaching algebra in the other subjects.
Algebra 2 deals with the introduction of analytic geometry, complex numbers, basic trigonometry, and simplifying more complex algebraic expressions.
The knowledge of the items listed above are essential to the success of learning Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, and College Mathematics.
Calculus deals with three main items: limits, differentiation, and integration. In order to succeed in Calculus, one must understand and master functions, graphs, geometry, and algebraic expressions.
Geometry is a branch of mathematics dealing with figures, shapes, and their properties. Basic algebra will be required to solve some geometry problems. The student will also be introduced to basic trigonometry (sine, cosine, and tangent) when it comes to the right triangle.
PowerPoint is a software that is used to make presentations. This is personally my favorite of the Microsoft Office Suite because of the many things you could do with PowerPoint. You could make picture slide shows with it. One could even draw pictures with it.
If you can get with me, I can show you a few tricks with PowerPoint.
Microsoft Word is a word-processing software. With Word, you can make casual letters, business letters, resumes, posters, handouts, flyers, and worksheets.
Prealgebra is a review of the basics with an introduction to the language of algebra. Everything that is done in prealgebra will be in terms of the language of algebra.
Probability is an entity that is a part of data analysis. By definition, probability is the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes.
In this subject, the student will learn probability in terms of the basic definition, the binomial distribution, and the normal distribution. Probability is used in inferential statistics.
I have taught a few SAT Math prep courses in my career in education.
SAT Math consists of all math courses up to Algebra 2 and scatter plots. No trigonometry or calculus in involved. Most SAT Math questions are multiple-choice. Some are questions comparing quantities. Some questions are "keying" in answers. I will show you the tips of taking the SAT or any multiple-choice test.
Statistics is a study of using numbers based on research to make decisions. Statistics are split up into descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.
Trigonometry is centered around the functions sine, cosine, and tangent. There are also their reciprocals cosecant, secant, and cotangent. In this course, there is some review of Algebra 2.