Here, you’ll find ACT math practice questions for three of the main areas tested on ACT Math: Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. They range in difficulty from easy to very hard, but these practice questions test many essential skills you’ll need on test day.

## ACT Math Practice Questions (With Answer Explanations)

After you’ve worked through each question, click on the link for the video answer and explanation! You can also do them in a row and check your answers later, as a mini-practice test in math.

We’ve included buttons for you to click to save your answers as you work through these problems, but keep in mind that these are just for your use. They don’t submit or save your answers, so you may want to take notes as you go. And now, without further ado, here’s are 15 ACT sample Math questions to test your knowledge and sharpen your test-taking skills!

**ACT Algebra Sample Questions**

Difficulty: Medium

1. If \(\frac{x}{3}+\frac{x}{4}+15=\text{x}\), then \(\text{x}= \)

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Difficulty: Medium

2. Given that f(x) = 3x – 5 and g(x) = x^3 – x, what is f(g(2))?

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Difficulty: Medium

3. A, B, and C are consecutive odd integers such that A<B<C.

If A + B + C = 81, then A + C =

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Difficulty: Medium

4. Five lemonades and two cookies cost $1.50. Two lemonades and five cookies cost $2.70. How much does one cookie and one lemonade cost?

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Difficulty: Medium

5. If x > x^{2}, which of the following must be true about x?

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**ACT Geometry Sample Questions**

Difficulty: Medium

6.

In trapezoid ABCD, BC = EF = 6, AF = DE = 3, and

AB = CD = 5. If the area of a trapezoid is given by

\(\text{A}=(\frac{{\text{b}_1}+{\text{b}_2}}{2})\text{h}\)then which of the following is the area of trapezoid ABCD?

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Difficulty: Hard

7. In the diagram below, chord DF is parallel to the diameter AC. The length of DF is 20 cm and the length of AC is 28 cm. What is the distance, in centimeters, from B, the center of the circle, to E, the midpoint of DF?

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Difficulty: Easy

8. Tony plans to put a rectangular perimeter of fencing around his backyard pool. The area to be sectioned off for the pool area measures 22 feet by 30 feet. One long side of the pool area is along the house, so he only needs to fence off 3 sides. How many feet of fencing will he need?

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Difficulty: Hard

9. Circle B below has a radius of 4 and arc AC has a central degree measure of 145°. What is the approximate length of arc AC?

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Difficulty: Very Hard

10. △ABC and △DEF are both equilateral. Given DE is 50% greater than AB, by what percentage is the area of △DEF greater than the area of △ABC?

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**ACT Trigonometry Sample Questions**

Difficulty: Very Hard

11. Whenever cos(θ) = 0, and π ≤ θ ≤ 2π, the value of sin(θ) =

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Difficulty: Hard

12.

Which of the following is the value of

(sin(30°) – cos(30°))2 ?

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Difficulty: Hard

13. Which of the following angles has the same terminal side as 1,105°?

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Difficulty: Hard

14. The tree below casts a shadow that is 24 feet long, and the angle of elevation from the tip of the shadow to the top of the tree has a cosine of \(\frac{4}{5}\). What is the height of the tree?

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Difficulty: Medium

15. Which of the following is the value of 240° in radians?

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## More Resources for ACT Math

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