When it comes to SAT math, you may think you know much more than you really do. So this week, here’s a review of math basics you need to have crystal clear to tackle tougher math problems that’ll be on your test!
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SAT Question of the Day
Right triangle CDE has its right angle at vertex D. The length of DE is 8 feet and the length of CE is 17 feet. What is the length, in feet, of CD?