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This course is designed for anyone wanting to improve an ACT math score or score well on their first time. The course includes:
The course is broken into 6 sections based on the subjects covered on past ACT exams. Each lecture is broken into 1-4 minute videos where example problems are worked. You are encouraged to work the questions on your own and watch the videos to see step-by-step solutions to check your answers.
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Section 1: Welcome! | |||
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Lecture 1 | 05:16 | ||
See what Learn ACT Math is all about. |
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Lecture 2 | 03:35 | ||
Learn the math subjects covered in the ACT and the question types. |
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Section 2: Pre-Algebra | |||
Lecture 3 | 05:22 | ||
Learn the types of average or mean questions you may see on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 4 | 01:19 | ||
Learn how to find the factors of numbers and the types of factor questions that you may see on the ACT. Work an example problem and Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 5 | 02:32 | ||
Learn how to find the least common multiple of a set of numbers and how this subject is used in ACT questions. Work an example problem and Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 6 | 03:35 | ||
You have probably studied fractions for quite a few years now, so let's make sure you understand how they may be used in the ACT. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 7 | 01:34 | ||
Learn how reciprocals are used in ACT problems. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 8 | 04:30 | ||
Learn how percents are used in Pre-Algebra type ACT questions. Work 2 example problems and 1 Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 9 | 02:48 | ||
Learn how ratio problems are used in the ACT. Work 1 example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 10 | 03:12 | ||
Understand what a rational number is and how questions on the ACT may use these numbers. Work 1 example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 11 | 02:26 | ||
Change numbers into scientific notation and know how to use numbers in scientific notation for the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 12 | 02:41 | ||
Learn how to evaluate expressions and how this is often presented on the ACT. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 13 | 01:53 | ||
Learn how to take word problems and convert them into solvable expressions. Work 1 example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Section 3: Elementary Algebra | |||
Lecture 14 | 02:09 | ||
Learn what is absolute value and how these problems are presented in the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 15 | 03:01 | ||
Use word problems to learn about counting and how these questions may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 16 | 01:47 | ||
Learn how to interpret data presented in a chart to answer an ACT-type question. Work 1 Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 17 | 03:18 | ||
Learn how to evaluate expressions similar to questions you may find on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 18 | 02:36 | ||
Learn how to solve word problems using rates and see similar problems to the ones on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 19 | 02:57 | ||
Learn how to use percents and solve problems with percents. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 20 | 01:22 | ||
Learn how to solve ACT-type problems on probability. Work 1 Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 21 | 02:43 | ||
Learn how to simplify expressions by combining like terms on ACT-type problems. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 22 | 03:09 | ||
Learn how to multiply and divide with variables and how these may be presented on the ACT. Work 2 example problems and 1 Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 23 | 03:36 | ||
Learn how to factor an expression that you may see on the ACT. Work an example problem and Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 24 | 02:02 | ||
Learn what the FOIL method is and how to use it to multiply expressions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 25 | 00:58 | ||
Learn how to solve equations and how these may be presented on the ACT. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 26 | 02:43 | ||
Learn how to take more advanced word problems and convert them to expressions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Section 4: Intermediate Algebra | |||
Lecture 27 | 04:51 | ||
Learn more advanced applications of absolute value as this topic may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 28 | 00:55 | ||
Learn how to use and work problems with square roots. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 29 | 04:57 | ||
Learn how to solve the types of problems on arithmetic and geometric sequences and series that you may find on the ACT. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 30 | 00:55 | ||
Learn how to apply the distributive property to algebraic expressions. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 31 | 02:03 | ||
Learn how to work problems using exponents and what types of these problems you may see on the ACT. Work and example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 32 | 01:38 | ||
Learn techniques to simplify variables and how these problems may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 33 | 00:51 | ||
Learn how to use imaginary numbers. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 34 | 02:45 | ||
Learn techniques to solve ACT-type questions that contain log expressions. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 35 | 01:12 | ||
See an example of a graph problem that is similar to questions you may see on the ACT. Work 1 Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 36 | 02:37 | ||
Learn about basic function problems that may be similar to ACT questions. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 37 | 02:38 | ||
Learn how to work with inequalities and how this subject may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 38 | 03:18 | ||
Learn how to add and multiply matrices and how to find the determinant of a matrix. Work 2 examples and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 39 | 01:53 | ||
Learn the basics of circles and their expressions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 40 | 01:00 | ||
Learn how to calculate the midpoint and how these problems may appear on the ACT. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 41 | 02:06 | ||
Learn how to calculate slope and how these problems may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 42 | 02:50 | ||
Learn how to solve a system of equations and how these problems may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 43 | 03:04 | ||
Learn how to write linear equations based on word problems and how these may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Section 5: Coordinate Geometry | |||
Lecture 44 | 02:29 | ||
Learn characteristics of points and figures in each quadrant. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 45 | 00:41 | ||
Learn how planes may be used in questions on the ACT. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 46 | 02:08 | ||
Learn how the equation of a line may appear in the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 47 | 02:37 | ||
Learn what type of problems on graphs of a line may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 48 | 03:47 | ||
Learn what type of problems on the graph of inequalities may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 49 | 04:31 | ||
Learn how functions work on a coordinate plane. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 50 | 02:38 | ||
Learn to solve midpoint problems on a coordinate plane. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 51 | 01:36 | ||
Learn how to solve slope problems on a coordinate plane. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 52 | 01:00 | ||
Learn how to solve distance problems on a coordinate plane. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 53 | 05:10 | ||
Learn how circles work on a coordinate plane. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 54 | 02:53 | ||
Learn how to calculate area on a coordinate plane. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Section 6: Plane Geometry | |||
Lecture 55 | 03:44 | ||
Learn relationships of angles and see examples of ACT-type problems. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 56 | 03:26 | ||
Learn how parallel lines are related and used in ACT-type problems. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 57 | 02:21 | ||
Learn how to calculate circumference of a circle, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 58 | 01:03 | ||
Learn how to apply the Pythagorean Theorem and use with ACT questions. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 59 | 04:16 | ||
Learn how to calculate perimeter, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 60 | 05:37 | ||
Learn how to work problems using similar triangles. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 61 | 05:14 | ||
Learn how to calculate the area of a rectangle and use the area in ACT-type problems. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 62 | 02:18 | ||
Learn how to calculate the area of a circle, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 63 | 02:06 | ||
Learn how to calculate the area of a triangle, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 64 | 03:45 | ||
Learn how to calculate the area of figures other than circles, squares, and triangles, and how these problems may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 65 | 02:15 | ||
Learn how to calculate the surface area of figures, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 66 | 03:47 | ||
Learn how to determine the measures of central angles and arcs, along with working problems with arc length. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 67 | 00:33 | ||
Learn how to use inscribed angles and arcs. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 68 | 01:34 | ||
Learn how to calculate measures for n-sided polygons. Work a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 69 | 01:55 | ||
Learn how to calculate the volume of various figures, and how this problem may appear on the ACT. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Section 7: Trigonometry | |||
Lecture 70 | 01:55 | ||
Learn how to apply the Pythagorean Theorem to trigonometry problems. Work 2 example problems and a Try Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 71 | 01:52 | ||
Learn the definition and use of the cosine function. Work an example problem and Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 72 | 02:32 | ||
Learn the definition and use of the sine function. Work 2 example problems and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 73 | 02:28 | ||
Learn the definition and use of the tangent function. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 74 | 02:28 | ||
Learn how to apply the law of cosines to ACT-type questions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 75 | 03:31 | ||
Learn how to apply the law of sines to ACT-type questions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 76 | 01:46 | ||
Learn how to apply trigonometric identities to simplify expressions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 77 | 02:56 | ||
Learn how to determine if a trigonometric function is even, odd, or neither. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
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Lecture 78 | 04:17 | ||
Learn how to use trigonometric equation transformations in ACT-type questions. Work an example problem and a Test Yourself problem. |
I am an engineer with a love for math. Since my college days, I have enjoyed helping others as a math tutor. I enjoy working math problems, so now I help students in various math classes and work as an ACT Math and Science coach. I enjoy preparing material for my students and helping them with questions as they prepare themselves for the ACT.