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Course SummaryFeel confident in your ability to pass a test that covers math basics with help from this study guide for teachers. Fun lessons, mini-quizzes, practice exams and other resources can effectively strengthen your knowledge of numerical reasoning, inequalities and more to help you succeed on exam day.
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Get the knowledge boost you need to excel on a test covering a variety of math concepts by taking advantage of study resources available in this course. Entertaining lessons make it easy for educators to get reacquainted with numerical reasoning, systems of measurement, the geometric properties of shapes and much more. Short quizzes and practice exams are available for self-assessment. Utilizing these resources will enable you to address topics on your test that include the following:
- Basic number concepts
- Number properties and computation
- Percents, proportions and ratios
- Basics of equations and inequalities
- Coordinate geometry concepts
- Scaling and measurement for complex and simple figures
- Visualization and data analysis
- How to make probability calculations
This study guide offers a fantastic self-paced format that lets you tailor your review of the lesson based on your specific study goals. Educators with busy schedules can take advantage of around-the-clock computer and mobile access that makes it easy to study anytime in any locations with Internet connections. Refresh or expand your knowledge of math concepts covered in this course by exploring any lessons you desire, and gauge your knowledge of these concepts with help from lesson quizzes, chapter exams and a final exam. If you have questions about topics covered in this course, don't hesitate to submit them to our subject-matter experts via the Dashboard.
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