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I am a high school Mathematics Teacher. I have been teaching at a public high school for the past 15 years. Overall, I have 16 years of teaching experience. I have taught Algebra 1,2, …
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ACT Math,
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The ACT math section contains 60 multiple-choice questions relating to six different content areas. You will have 60 minutes to complete this section.

The math section is the only part of the ACT that contains five rather than four answer choices.

In addition to math, the ACT exam also includes sections on English, reading comprehension, science and an optional essay.

What is tested:

The ACT math section focuses on six general content areas:

Pre-Algebra,

Elementary Algebra,

Intermediate Algebra,

Coordinate Geometry,

Plane Geometry,

and Elementary Trigonometry.

Experience: 14 years of teaching high school mathematics.

Standard Algebra 1 textbooks involves concepts involving linear equations in slope intercept form, slopes of equations of lines, slopes of perpendicular lines. Other concepts covered in the course include addition, subtraction, multiplication of monomials, binomials (FOIL method),and factoring. Word problem solving strategies may include solving problems using Rate x Time = Distance, proportions, and unit conversions. Learning Algebra 1 will be an integral part to success in Algebra 2 and beyond.

Pre-requisite to Algebra 1: PreAlgebra

Experience: 14 years of teaching high school mathematics. Courses I have taught through out the years include:

PreAlgebra

Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Trigonometry

PreCalculus

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, license teacher to teach in the Department of Education, and a Masters degree in Education.

Algebra II - is a continuation course from Algebra I. Topics include solving linear equation in one variable, solving one variable in a literal equation, solving for two unknown variables with two equations, solving three unknown variables with three equations. Other topics include solvinge Quadratic equations using methods in Algebra I such as solve by factoring. In Algebra II, solving for the Quadratic Equation using the Quadratic Formula and solving for the Quadratic Equation by completing the square will be emphasized more. The laws of exponents, exponential functions and logarithmic functions will also be covered. Sequences and series will be covered. And, the conic sections: circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas will be introduced to prepare a student eventually for PreCalculus. Word problems will also be covered and any topic within chapters 1 through 12 (some books have 14 chapters)in a standard Algebra II textbook.

Experience: 16 years of teaching high school mathematics. Courses I have taught through out the years include:

PreAlgebra

Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Trigonometry

PreCalculus

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, license teacher to teach in the Department of Education, and a Masters degree in Education.

I have 16 years of experience teaching high school mathematics. Courses I have taught through out the years include: PreAlgebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, and AP Calculus AB/BC.

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, a Master's degree in Education, and am licensed to teach by the Department of Education.

Geometry - Topics in Geometry include basic foundations in geometry: point, line, plane (undefined terms of Geometry). It continues onto inductive reasoning (pattern recognition), introduction to theorems involving lines, lines in planes, parallel and skew lines. theorems involving proving lines parallel will also be covered. Also, proving triangles congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA (postulates), AAS, HL (Theorems) will be studied. Other terms such as CPCTC will be introduced. Polygons such as triangles and quadrilaterals and special quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoids and kites) will be introduced. Finding Areas of polygons and regular polygons will be studied also. Special right triangles (30-60-90 and 45-45-90) theorems will be instrumental to success in Algebra 2 and Trigonometry. Also, similarities in triangles and similarities in right triangles using geometric means of involving lengths of sides of similar right triangles. Transformations of polygons will also be covered. Introduction to Trigonometric ratios will be one of the last concepts covered in a geometry course. This section is critical to understanding future math concepts in Trigonometry.

Experience: 14 years of teaching high school mathematics. Courses I have taught through out the years include:

PreAlgebra

Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Trigonometry

PreCalculus

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, license teacher to teach in the Department of Education, and a Masters degree in Education.

Trigonometry extends your knowledge of sine, cosine, tangent ratios you learned in Geometry. Trigonometry covers trigonometric functions dealing with angles involving rotating the terminal side counter clockwise to produce other angles. You will learn trigonometric identities and other concepts that are fundamental to the success in future courses including pre-calculus and calculus.

My experience includes 14 years of teaching high school mathematics. Courses I have taught through out the years include:

PreAlgebra

Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Trigonometry

PreCalculus

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, am licensed to teach in the Department of Education, and have a Masters degree in Education.

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