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• ### TASC Math Exam: Comparing Fractions, Decimals, and

Numbers come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, such as fractions, decimals, and percentages. When a TASC Math question asks you to compare numbers or p...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Working with Exponential Functions

You will probably encounter questions on the TASC Math exam that involve exponential functions. If the problems appear in the form of a graph or a tab...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Interpreting Scatter Plots

If you encounter a scatter plot on the TASC Math exam, you’ll probably be asked to show how the two variables in the chart are related to each other...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Converting Units

If you encounter a problem on the TASC Math exam that involves conversion of units, it’s important that you keep track of the relationships betw...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Working with Complex Numbers

While most questions on the TASC Math exam require you to deal with real numbers, you’ll probably run into one or two problems that involve comp...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Graphing Systems of Equations

If a question from the TASC Math exam asks you to solve for the solution to a system of equations, one useful approach is to graph the system of equat...

• ### TASC Math Exam: Graphing a Quadratic in the Standa

If you’re given the standard form of a quadratic equation on the TASC Math exam, the equation provides valuable information when you’re as...

• ### TASC Math Exam—Graphing Linear Functions

Some questions on the TASC Math exam involve linear functions. A linear function represents a relationship between two variables in which one variable...

• ### TASC Math—Solving Systems of Equations through S

If you run across a system of equations problem on the TASC Math exam, two ways to solve it—if you decide to avoid graphing—are through substituti...

• ### TASC Math Exam—Isolating a Variable

Not all equations that you’ll deal with on the TASC Math exam will be in single variables. There are common formulas that you may need to rearra...