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ACT Math Practice Test 2020
Test Mode  CBT and Pen Paper Based 

Official Authority  ACT® inc 
Knowledge tested in Math  algebra, geometry, and trigonometry 
Type of Question  Multiple Choice 
Number of choices  Five (5) 
Total Question (MCQ)  60 
Total time duration  60 minutes (1 hour) 
Countries / regions  Worldwide 
Test Languages  English 
Official Website  www.act.org 
ACT Math Practice Review Question
The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60question, 60minute test designed to test your knowledge of prealgebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and trigonometry.
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More ACT Math Practice Test Resources
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 Algebra
 Equations and Inequalities
 Algebraic Expressions
 Average
 Exponents & Powers
 Fractions and Decimals
 Integers
 Mean Median Mode
 Numbers
 Percentages
 PreAlgebra
 Probability
 Ratio
The test presents multiplechoice questions that require you to use reasoning skills to solve practical problems in mathematics. Most questions are discrete, but on occasion some may belong to sets of several questions (e.g., several questions based on the same graph or chart).
Knowledge of basic formulas and computational skills are assumed as background for the problems, but recall of complex formulas and extensive computation is not required. The material covered on the test emphasizes the
major content areas that are prerequisites to successful performance in entrylevel courses in college mathematics.
Our ACT Math Practice Test set question is multiplechoice, although, unlike the English test, there are five possible choices for each question. While you will have to know basic formulas and computations for the ACT Math Practice Test, you will not be expected to remember more complex ones—they will be provided for you along with the question.
You are permitted to use a calculator on our ACT Math Practice Test, though a calculator is not required. See
www.act.org/calculatorpolicy.html for details about prohibited models and features for the final ACT Math test.
ACT Math Test Content
1. Higher Mathematics (57–60%)
• Number and Quantity (7–10%): Demonstrate knowledge of real and complex number systems. Reason with numerical quantities in many forms, including expressions with integer and rational exponents, and vectors and matrices.
• Algebra (12–15%): Solve, graph, and model multiple types of expressions. Interpret and use many different kinds of equations, such as linear, polynomial, radical, and exponential relationships. Find solutions to systems of equations, even when represented by a simple matrix equation, and apply results to realworld contexts.
• Functions (12–15%): Demonstrate knowledge of function: definition, notation, representation, and application. Use functions including linear, radical, piecewise, polynomial, and logarithmic. Manipulate and translate functions, as well as interpret and use important features of graphs.
• Geometry (12–15%): Coordinate Geometry questions focus on graphing and the relations between equations and graphs, including points, lines, polynomials, circles, and other curves; graphing inequalities; slope; parallel and perpendicular lines; distance; midpoints; and conics
• Statistics and Probability (8–12%): Describe center and spread of distributions. Apply and analyze data collection methods. Understand and model relationships in bivariate data. Calculate probabilities by recognizing the related sample spaces
2. Integrating Essential Skills (40–43%)
• This category focuses on measuring how well you can synthesize and apply your understandings and skills to solve more complex problems. The questions ask you to address concepts such as rates and percentages; proportional
relationships; area, surface area, and volume; average and median; and expressing numbers in different ways.
Solve nonroutine problems that involve combining skills in chains of steps; applying skills in varied contexts; understanding connections; and demonstrating fluency.
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