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SAT Word Problems

SkapambweSkapambwe Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Right now I have 500 in math for the new SAT and what is really killing me are the word problems. It's very hard for me to take what I've read and translate it into equations, especially the inequality ones. I know what symbols I'm supposed to use (greater = <, or of = percent) but I just can't see the relationship between the numbers and make an equation. Any advice? I want to bump my math score to a 700

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