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46 terms
Sat
Integer
Is 0 even or odd?
What is good practice when finding dis…
How do you square fractions
Any whole number ... Including 0
Even
Actually use the numbers to calculate it.
(1/2)^2... 1^2/2^2... 1/4
Integer
Any whole number ... Including 0
Is 0 even or odd?
Even
16 terms
SAT #2
alienate
alienation
daunted
beguile
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
discouraged, intimidated, ... feeling like you want to give up... c…
to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm... verb... para enga…
alienate
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
alienation
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
10 terms
SAT Words
Adulation
Adversity
Benevolent
Divergent
High praise
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
Kind, friendly
Separating, moving in opposite directions
Adulation
High praise
Adversity
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
210 terms
SAT Vocabulary
Abandon
abundant
access
accommodate
Abandon
abundant
210 terms
SAT Vocabulary
Abandon
abundant
access
accommodate
Abandon
abundant
10 terms
SAT Words
cryptic
apprehensive
apathetic
autonomy
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Feeling or showing little emotion
(n.) self-government, political control
cryptic
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
SAT
standard deviation
divisor
prime number
directly proportional
How spread out data is from mean
A number by which another number is divided
A whole number that has exactly two factors, 1 and itself.
if y is directly proportional to x, then y = kx
standard deviation
How spread out data is from mean
divisor
A number by which another number is divided
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary
anecdote
temperate
innovative
impugn
a short, amusing story
moderate, not extreme
ahead of the times, like nothing ever seen
to challenge as false
anecdote
a short, amusing story
temperate
moderate, not extreme
29 terms
sat vocabulary
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secre
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
to cause something to be forgotten
a person who does silly things, usually to make other people…
clandestine
Kept or done in secre
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
50 terms
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary
anecdote
temperate
innovative
impugn
a short, amusing story
moderate, not extreme
ahead of the times, like nothing ever seen
to challenge as false
anecdote
a short, amusing story
temperate
moderate, not extreme
50 terms
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
21 terms
SAT Words
Abate
Abdicate
Aberation
Abhor
Reduce or lessen
Give up an unimportant position
Different from the normal
Really hate
Abate
Reduce or lessen
Abdicate
Give up an unimportant position
30 terms
SAT VOCABULARY
JUBILATION
LONGEVITY
MUNDANE
OSTENTATIOUS
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
lacking interest or excitement; dull
intended to attract notice and impress others
JUBILATION
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
LONGEVITY
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
40 terms
SAT/Prep.
aberrant
Abet
Abolish
aboriginal
abnormal or deviant
aid, usually in doing something wrong
cancel, put an end to
being the first of its kind in a region
aberrant
abnormal or deviant
Abet
aid, usually in doing something wrong
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary
anecdote
temperate
innovative
impugn
a short, amusing story
moderate, not extreme
ahead of the times, like nothing ever seen
to challenge as false
anecdote
a short, amusing story
temperate
moderate, not extreme
50 terms
SAT Words
abominate
aggrandize
dromedary
scapegoat
extreme hatred
to enlarge or make bigger
a one-humped domesticated camel
the one who always gets the blame
abominate
extreme hatred
aggrandize
to enlarge or make bigger
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #25
outspoken
influential
affirm
utterly
Frank and unreserved in speech; candid
having or exercising influence or power
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
completely
outspoken
Frank and unreserved in speech; candid
influential
having or exercising influence or power
54 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #24
pervade
inhabitant
terminate
fatal
to spread throughout
one living permanently in a given place
to bring to an end
Resulting in death
pervade
to spread throughout
inhabitant
one living permanently in a given place
280 terms
SAT Vocab
Distort
keenest
folly
nostalgia
Change the meaning of something
showing eagerness or enthusiasm
foolishness
longing for the past
Distort
Change the meaning of something
keenest
showing eagerness or enthusiasm
155 terms
SAT Vocab
cantankerous
Gargantuan
tractable
precipitate
Contrary; disagreeable; quarrelsome, negative
Huge or very powerful
Easily managed or controlled, bendable, malleable
to throw violently or bring about abruptly; lacking deliberat…
cantankerous
Contrary; disagreeable; quarrelsome, negative
Gargantuan
Huge or very powerful
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #27
arouse
lofty
convulsive
laypeople
awaken, stir to action, excite
Very high; noble
sudden and cannot be controlled
anyone who is not ordained, or anyone who is neither ordained…
arouse
awaken, stir to action, excite
lofty
Very high; noble
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #29
decipherable
resemble
befit
ruffle
able to determine the meaning of, read or interpret, translate
to be like or similar to
be suitable to or appropriate for
(v.) to wrinkle, make uneven; to annoy, upset; to flip throug…
decipherable
able to determine the meaning of, read or interpret, translate
resemble
to be like or similar to
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #15
encode
frontier
assessment
verge
(v) to change something into a system for sending messages se…
A zone separating two states in which neither state exercises…
the act of making a judgment about something
(n.) the point at which something begins or happens; a border…
encode
(v) to change something into a system for sending messages se…
frontier
A zone separating two states in which neither state exercises…
60 terms
Kate SAT Vocab
ephemeral
cantankerous
autonomy
dilatory
Lasting a short time
Bad tempered
Independence
intended to delay
ephemeral
Lasting a short time
cantankerous
Bad tempered
24 terms
SAT Prep
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
Acquiescence Ex: The acquiescence of a…
Acute Ex: I got a an acute sickness ov…
thought of apart from concrete realities
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
Agreement without protest
A condition with a rapid onset with a short course.
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
thought of apart from concrete realities
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #28
contemplate
sublime
jumble
snag
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
Lofty or elevated, inspiring reverence or awe; excellent, maj…
mix in a confused way
To grab or seize
contemplate
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
sublime
Lofty or elevated, inspiring reverence or awe; excellent, maj…
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #26
necessitate
magnify
deficiency
upheaval
To require; to make necessary
make larger
A lack or shortage
a sudden, violent upward movement; great disorder or radical…
necessitate
To require; to make necessary
magnify
make larger
100 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List2
skiff
scull (v)
inlet
barge
small boat
to propel a boat with small ores
a small opening between a small and a larger body of water
freight boat
skiff
small boat
scull (v)
to propel a boat with small ores
25 terms
SAT Words
Avarice
Indict
Unkempt
Cloister
Greedy
Charged with a crime
Messy; Sloppy
To be closed off from the outside worldV
Avarice
Greedy
Indict
Charged with a crime
100 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List1
acclaimed
casual
lean
torpor
praised
nonchalant; informal
thin
dormancy; sluggishness; inactivity
acclaimed
praised
casual
nonchalant; informal
10 terms
SAT Words
Earnestly
veranda
scuttling
brazier
sincerely
Porch
moving quickly
An open pan or basin for holding live coals.
Earnestly
sincerely
veranda
Porch
19 terms
Sat Vocab
Placid... adj.
Sadistic... adj.
Demur... v.
SuperFluous... adj.
Someone who is not easily upset or excited, even tempered... S-t…
Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain, suffering or humiliat…
To raise doubts or objections or show reluctance or hesitatio…
Unnecessary by being more than enough... S- excessive A- necessa…
Placid... adj.
Someone who is not easily upset or excited, even tempered... S-t…
Sadistic... adj.
Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain, suffering or humiliat…
35 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #30
cotillion
assent
grimace
gaily
a ball at which young ladies are presented to society
to agree
a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
happily
cotillion
a ball at which young ladies are presented to society
assent
to agree
106 terms
Katherine SAT Vocab
Impulsive
Capricious
Whimsical
Discern
spontaneous, unpredictable
Impulsive and unpredictable
lightly acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredicta…
(v.) to see clearly, recognize
Impulsive
spontaneous, unpredictable
Capricious
Impulsive and unpredictable
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #1
allude
forbid
ye
expel
to refer indirectly
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
plural form of 'thou'
to send out or away
allude
to refer indirectly
forbid
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
13 terms
SAT - Science
surefire
unravel
powerhouse
trigger
určené k úspěchu (The film looks like a surefire Oscar winner)
rozmotat, rozplést (třeba záhadu)
elektrrárna, motor
spoušť, spínat
surefire
určené k úspěchu (The film looks like a surefire Oscar winner)
unravel
rozmotat, rozplést (třeba záhadu)
9 terms
Integers SAT
Positive number
negative numbers
opposites
absolute value
Number that are greater than zero
numbers less than zero
have different sign but same numeral
The distance of a number from zero on the number line. Absolu…
Positive number
Number that are greater than zero
negative numbers
numbers less than zero
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #17
credential
combat
cyber
innate
A document that proves a person is believable
a fighter; engaged in fighting
any criminal activity associated with a computer
(adj.) natural, inborn, inherent; built-in
credential
A document that proves a person is believable
combat
a fighter; engaged in fighting
20 terms
SAT Vocab
Defray (v.)
Hew (v.)
Incessant (adj.)
Posthumous (adj.)
to pay for
to shape or cut down; to hold to
never stopping; going all the time
occurring; published after death
Defray (v.)
to pay for
Hew (v.)
to shape or cut down; to hold to
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #7
entrainment
brittle
synthesis
evolution
the process of synchronizing a biological rhythm to an enviro…
easily broken
Combining of small molecules or substances into larger, more…
Change in a kind of organism over time; process by which mode…
entrainment
the process of synchronizing a biological rhythm to an enviro…
brittle
easily broken
15 terms
SAT Word List 3
adulation
anachronistic
censure
deleterious
(n) high praise
(adj) out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical p…
(v) to criticize harshly
(adj) harmful, destructive, detrimental
adulation
(n) high praise
anachronistic
(adj) out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical p…
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #23
embroil
quarrel
continental
inflame
To involve in a conflict or difficulty; to throw into confusion
have a disagreement over something
being or concerning or limited to a continent especially the…
arouse or excite feelings and passions
embroil
To involve in a conflict or difficulty; to throw into confusion
quarrel
have a disagreement over something
189 terms
SAT WIN
pragmatic
partisan
séance
ascetic
Practical, sensible, logical
one-sided in terms of viewpoint
a meeting in which contact is made with the dead
one who gives up his wordly possesions and denies himself wor…
pragmatic
Practical, sensible, logical
partisan
one-sided in terms of viewpoint
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #19
participation
aim
broaden
illustrate
the act of taking part in an activity or event
attempt, aspire, point, intend
enlarge, expand, develop
to explain or make clear using examples, charts, or graphs
participation
the act of taking part in an activity or event
aim
attempt, aspire, point, intend
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #18
notable
correlate
conceptual
adapt
(adj.) striking, remarkable; (n.) a person who is well known,…
to correspond; to be mutually related
theoretical; abstract
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
notable
(adj.) striking, remarkable; (n.) a person who is well known,…
correlate
to correspond; to be mutually related
10 terms
SAT words 11-20
benevolent
bias
boisterous
brazen
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding feeling ;…
a partiality that prevents objective concentration of an issu…
full of rough and exuberant animal spirits
unrestrained by convention or propriety
benevolent
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding feeling ;…
bias
a partiality that prevents objective concentration of an issu…
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #21
degenerate
dazzle
spectator
misery
to break down; to deteriorate
make blind with a sudden intense light; amaze; fill with wonder
a person who watches at a show, game, or other event
a feeling of great unhappiness
degenerate
to break down; to deteriorate
dazzle
make blind with a sudden intense light; amaze; fill with wonder
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #10
constancy
verify
extrapolate
degradation
the quality of staying the same : lack of change
(v.) to establish the truth or accuracy of, confirm
to form an opinion or to make an estimate about something fro…
the act or process of damaging or ruining something
constancy
the quality of staying the same : lack of change
verify
(v.) to establish the truth or accuracy of, confirm
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #22
canal
superintendent
completion
enterprise
an artificial waterway
a person with the highest power, power above everyone else's
finishing of something
willingness to take new ventures; initiative; business organi…
canal
an artificial waterway
superintendent
a person with the highest power, power above everyone else's
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