ACT Math: List of Equations, Patterns and Relationships

<p>I was working through a practice math test today and found a pattern-related problem that I couldn't solve. I eventually got the answer, but I could have shortened the time spent had I known which pattern to use. </p>

<p>Hasn't anyone ever bothered to compile a list of all equations, patterns and relationships that make appearances on the ACT and then explained when to use them?</p>

<p>The review book gave me the practice tests and an explanations, but wouldn't it make more sense to give you the general pattern and then telling you when to use it? Just curious.</p>

<p>I'm sure someone would just download all that info onto their calculator and be set, huh?</p>

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<p>There's this. It shows you how to make ur ti-83 ti-84 use equations that you might otherwise not know or miss-use. </p>

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<p>You can get the book from amazon, then return it because they is a misprinting on page 42 (you'll get what it's supposed to be) That's what i did</p>

<p>It also says how you can put equations or notes or anything you'd like to see; and have it show you.</p>