# Ch 17: AEPA Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math

Use the lessons in this chapter to review money and consumer math as you prepare for the National Evaluation Series (NES) Middle Grades Mathematics exam for teacher certification in Arizona (previously the AEPA exam). Self-assessment quizzes throughout the chapter help you gauge your understanding as you study.

## AEPA Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math - Chapter Summary

Math is an integral part of everyday life: leaving a tip, figuring the sale price on those great new shoes or calculating the interest on the loan for your new car. As you prepare for the NES Middle Grades Mathematics exam, this chapter will help you review many of the consumer math concepts we use daily, including:

• Identifying coins and their values
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of money amounts
• Making change
• Calculating markup, commissions, discounts, taxes, tips, and shipping/handling using percentages
• Solving simple and compound interest problems
• Unit and total cost calculations

Use these short, engaging video lessons taught by experienced instructors to prepare for this NES exam. The embedded video tags make for quick review of individual topics, and terminology is easy to find in the lesson transcript. If you have any questions, just ask one of our subject experts. Gauge your progress using the self-assessment quizzes at the end of each lesson.

13 Lessons in Chapter 17: AEPA Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math
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