Ch 26: MEGA Middle School Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions

About This Chapter

As you study for the MEGA Middle School Education Mathematics exam, this chapter will help you reinforce your ability to translate operational statements into algebraic expressions.

MEGA Middle School Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

From this chapter, you can gain a better understanding of the techniques used when writing algebraic expressions. This chapter is composed of a series of short, engaging and mobile-device-friendly lesson videos that are taught by our expert instructors. Watch the lessons in order to review:

  • Steps taken when translating additional statements to algebraic expressions
  • Writing subtraction statements as algebraic expressions
  • Algebraic expressions used to represent multiplication statements
  • Processes involved in translating division statements into algebraic expressions

This chapter includes quizzes that will evaluate your understanding of algebraic expressions. Use the results from these quizzes to pin-point any of the skills you want to build further. If you use the video tags, you can revisit specific portions of the lessons.

MEGA Middle School Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions Chapter Objectives

The Missouri Educator Gateway Assessments (MEGA) Middle School Education Mathematics exam is the computer-based certification exam used in the state of Missouri to certify middle-grades math teachers. It can last up to 2 hours and 30 minutes, and it's composed of 80 multiple-choice questions. When taking this exam you can expect 36% of the material covered to be about algebra and functions. Use this chapter to prepare for questions in the Algebra and Functions content domain.

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