Math questions on the test fall into different categories called “domains.” One of these domains is Additional Topics in Math: questions that ask about geometry and complex numbers.
While the majority of problems on the SAT Math Test fall into the first three domains, the test also includes additional topics in high school math. The additional topics include essential geometric and trigonometric concepts and the Pythagorean theorem.
Just a few examples of problems you will be asked to solve:
Right triangle trigonometry
Use of definitions, properties, and theorems relating to circles
Use of the complex number system to add, subtract, multiply, and divide with complex numbers
Problems involving area and volume
Concepts relating to lines, angles, and triangles
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