Fundamentals
of College Algebra DANTES Test
The
Fundamentals of College Algebra DANTES Test covers the material
that is taught in a onesemester class at the 101 college level.
This
test will cover basic algebra, equations (linear and quadratic),
logarithmic functions and real numbers. This test assumes that you
know the basic vocabulary, symbols and notations generally found
in a college level algebra course. You will be allowed to bring
a nonprogrammable calculator to the test. The testing center should
also provide or allow scratch paper.
There
is no penalty for guessing on the test and there are some pretest
questions included that are not scored, so make sure you answer
each and every question. 
Credits:
3  Lower Division
Number
of Questions: 78
Recommended
Passing Score: 47 old test /400 new test
Time
to complete the test: 90 min
Rank
of Difficulty: 3
ISBN: 9781614331384

Information
you will need to know for the Fundamentals of College Algebra DANTES
test includes:
 polynomials
 exponents
 logarithms
 linear
equations
 functions
 domain
and range
 graphs
 inverse
functions
 real
numbers
 complex
numbers
 factorials
 graphing
 quadratic
equations
 coordinate
system
The
sections of the Fundamentals of College Algebra DANTES test are
broken down as follows:
Basic
Algebra 11%
Factoring Polynomials 7%
Radicals, Exponents, and Logarithms 9%
Linear Equations and Inequalities 16%
Absolute Value Equations 6%
Quadratic Equations and Inequalities 9%
Graphing 17%
Equations Involving Radicals 16%
Rational Expressions 9%
Functions 7%

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