# Ch 12: CBEST Math: Numerical Relationships

Let us help you brush up on your numerical relationship skills. The video lessons and self-assessment quizzes in this chapter provide several approaches to help you succeed on the math portion of the California Basic Educational Skills Test.

## CBEST Math: Numerical Relationships Chapter Summary

The mathematical portion of the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) assesses prospective teachers' proficiency with numerical relationships, among other math topics. If you need to refresh your knowledge in this area, check out our video lessons that address rounding rules, logical math connectors and conditional statements in math. Additional topics covered in this chapter on numerical relationships include the following:

• Identifying different types of numbers
• Using a number line
• Ordering decimal numbers
• Comparing and ordering fractions
• Recognizing relationships in numerical data
• Using 'greater than,' 'less than' and 'equal to'
• Inequalities
• Identifying equivalent numbers
• Conjunctions and disjunctions
• Logical equivalence

### Objectives of the CBEST Math: Numerical Relationships Chapter

Used by both California and Oregon, the California Basic Educational Skills Test is a credentialing exam for prospective public school teachers. The mathematics portion of this three-part, four-hour test includes 50 multiple-choice questions, most of which are presented as word problems. Approximately 35% of the test measures your skill in numerical and graphic relationships.

Before viewing each numerical relationship video lesson, you can measure your current ability through a self-assessment test. You might repeat this test after watching the video to see if your skills have improved.

9 Lessons in Chapter 12: CBEST Math: Numerical Relationships
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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