Ch 38: Compass Math: Graph Symmetry

About This Chapter

If you need to review graph symmetry for your Compass Math placement exam, these quick, convenient video lessons can help. We also offer instructor support, so don't hesitate to ask any questions you have as you work through the chapter.

Compass Math: Graph Symmetry - Chapter Summary

Watch these brief, entertaining videos to review the graph symmetry concepts you'll likely see on your Compass Math course placement assessment. Short, illustrative videos demonstrate the following concepts:

  • Symmetry about the X- and Y- axes
  • Symmetry about the origin
  • How to locate lines of symmetry
  • Examples of even and odd functions

You'll find a short multiple-choice quiz after each video, allowing you to try your hand at applying the lessons from the videos. If you'd like a second look at any of the concepts, check out the lesson transcripts- key ideas are emphasized.

Objectives of the Compass Math: Graph Symmetry Chapter

This chapter offers an array of convenient, time-saving resources and exercises to help you refresh your memory of the graph symmetry concepts you'll likely see on your Compass Math placement assessment. The results of the exam will be used to determine which course offered by your college or school is most appropriate for you.

You won't be timed on the exam, which is computer-administered. It keeps track of your answers as you work through the test and adjusts the difficulty of the questions it asks you based on how well you're performing. All questions on the assessment are multiple-choice, just like the questions from our lesson quizzes.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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