Interpreting Values in Equations on the SAT

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One of the most commonly tested concepts on the SAT Math is your algebraic understanding. You'll have to take real-world scenarios and identify how those relate to the coefficients and constants of an equation. Let's brush up on those basic definitions:

- Coefficient: The number in front of the variable, which represents a rate of change. (In other words, how much the product increases or decreases for each unit of the variable). In addition, you might also want to pay attention to the units used in that rate.

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