Ch 13: Geometry: Graphing Basics

About This Chapter

Prepare for the CAHSEE's math portion with this chapter's video lessons and quizzes. Use them to learn the components of a graph and find out how to plot points and simple figures.

Geometry: Graphing Basics - Chapter Summary

Some questions on the math portion of the CAHSEE ask you to be familiar with the four quadrants and x- and y-axes appearing on the coordinate plane. Get ready to successfully answer these questions by watching this chapter's video lessons, which are designed to show you how to do the following:

  • Use number lines
  • Identify parts of a graph
  • Plot points on the coordinate plane
  • Determine the areas and lengths of simple figures

Instructors teaching these short video lessons use plenty of illustrations to drive home key concepts and terminology. Take advantage of their experience and expertise to review geometry topics covered in your own course or get extra help with those areas you may be unfamiliar with. The lessons feature video tags and corresponding transcripts that allow you to skip ahead or go back to the material you're looking for. There are also practice problems included in the self-assessment quizzes attached to each lesson.

Geometry: Graphing Basics - Objectives

Content in this chapter can help you prepare for the CAHSEE math exam's Measurement and Geometry section, which includes 17 of the test's 80 multiple-choice questions. You may be asked to interpret graphs or plot a series of points to determine an image's shape, length and area. Some questions also ask you to apply these concepts to solve word problems. Your score on this part of the exam and others will be used to assess your math skills and determine your eligibility for a high school diploma in California.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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