Hey guys! First post here after absorbing all the useful information. I wanted to create the thread to ask a question and hopefully clear up a small question I had.

I know the math section is 46 questions in 17 minutes, and I also know from research done here it is split into 3 parts

**Conversions**

*a few i've studied, feel free to recommend more*

1 mile = 5,280 feet

1 kilogram = 1,000 grams

1 kilometer = 1,000 meters

1 kilogram = 2.205 pounds

1 hand = 10 centimeters

1 yard = 36 inches

1 centimeter = 0.394 inches

1 slug = 14.59 kilograms

1 acre = 160 square rods

1 mile/minute = 88 feet/second

1 acre = 43,560 square feet

1 fathom = 6 feet

1 furlong = 40 rods

1 hogshead = 63 gallons

1 acre = 10 square chains

1 gallon = 3.785 liters

1 gill = .25 pints

1 rod = .25 chains

1 pint = .5 quarts

1 pound = 16 ounces

1 barrel = 42 gallons

1 square mile = 640 acres

1 table spoon = 1 teaspoon

**Algebra**

*using study guides and videos to refresh, this part doesn't scare me*

**Word Problems**

***Here is my question**

How are the word problems set up?

Are they simple algebra problems wrapped into a word problem

ex. Little Sue has 70 candy apples and John has 30 candy apples. If John was to eat all of his apples and half of Sue's apples, what percentage of apples would be left?

*hasty example... btw John probably has diabetes*

OR are they world problems that require formulas (these formulas on the practice test are provided).

ex. What would be the height of a pyramid with a volume of 150 cubic feet and a base area of 60 square feet ?

I ask because if the later is the case, is it beneficial for me to memorize the formulas provided within the practice test? Also, should I range out and freshen up on the common formulas?