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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Systems of Equations

You’re almost guaranteed to run across a problem or two dealing with systems of equations on the ACT Math exam. The following practice questions...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Absolute Values

When you encounter an absolute value question on the ACT Math exam, it will often look pretty straightforward. Be careful, though: as you’ll see in...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Setting Up Algebraic

Some questions on the ACT Math exam present you with a word problem that asks you to set up an algebraic formula that would solve the problem. Nervous...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Working with Multiple

As if one variable weren’t enough, the ACT Math exam will sometimes throw multiple variables into some of its algebra questions. The following p...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Factoring

Not only is factoring fun, but it’s also a skill that will earn you valuable points on the ACT Math exam. Try out these practice questions, wher...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Linear Equations

If you want to hang out on the coordinate plane, then you should know how to use linear equations. On the ACT Math exam, you’ll encounter questi...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Reading Graphs

These days, all kinds of information is condensed into graphs and charts, so it’s good to know how to read visually. The ACT Math exam will cont...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Proportions

When you set one ratio equal to another ratio, you’ve created a proportion. Understanding how to solve a proportion will come in handy on the AC...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Ratios

If you want to aim for a ratio of 60 right answers to zero wrong answers on the ACT Math exam, then you should definitely brush up on your ratio skill...

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• ### ACT Practice Math Questions: Percentages

If you want a high percentage score on the ACT Math exam, then you should know how to solve percentage problems. As you’ll see in the following...

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