Words of “Wiz-dom”-After filing most of the math under “arithmetic, algebra, and geometry” the test writer had some other things in mind that didn’t fit conveniently under one of these three categories. So, she created the “miscellaneous math” group. It makes up about 15% of the questions on the SAT. There isn’t anything especially difficult or different in this fourth math category. In fact, you learned some of the stuff in elementary school, for example, charts and graphs. By and large the topics are simply applications of other materials we’ve already covered.
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