THREE ACT Math Formula Pages
These ACT formula sheets contain important equations and short examples to help you
rapidly review Plane Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, and Trigonometry for the ACT Math Test.
Don't forget to check out our ACT Math guided practice test, The ACT Math Test Made Easy.
ACT Formula Page: PLANE
The ACT Math Formula sheet for Plane Geometry covers angles, polygons, circles, reflections, and more.
You can expect to see 14 Plane Geometry problems on your ACT Math test. This ACT formula sheet provides
important equations, examples, definitions and tips to help you quickly review Plane Geometry for the
ACT Math test. ACT Formula Page: Plane Geometry
ACT Formula Page: COORDINATE
style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 0in">The Coordinate Geometry ACT Math Formula sheet covers graphing, slope,
midpoints, parallel & perpendicular lines, distance, and more. There are typically 9 Coordinate
Geometry problems on the ACT Math test. This ACT equations page gives formulas, diagrams, examples,
graphs and tips to help you quickely review Coordinate Geometry for the ACT Math test. ACT Formula Page: Coordinate Geometry
ACT Formula Page: TRIGONOMETRY ($5)
style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 0in" align="left">MathOnTime's Trigonometry ACT Math Formula sheet covers
right triangles, trig ratios, identities, trig equations, and more. The Trigonometry problems on
the ACT are considered some of the harder math problems, so they generally show up near the end of
the test. This ACT formula sheet summarizes important equations, definitions, graphs, and examples
to help you review trig concepts for the ACT Math test. We charge a small fee on Paypal for the
Trigonometry formulas & tips page. Paypal ($5) ACT Formula Page: Trigonometry.
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NOTE: Each of these summaries of tips & equations for the ACT Math test is a
1-page pdf. You'll need the (free) Adobe Reader to view and print the files.
Tips for printing the ACT Math Formulas & Tips pages
1. You may want to print in color to better see the organization of each page. However, if you only have access
to a gray-scale printer, you'll be able to see all the ACT Formulas & Tips just fine.
2. Each of these files should print as a single page. If you have trouble with the edges cutting off, look for a
"shrink to fit" option for your printer.