# Ch 44: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Parallel Lines & Symmetry

Let us guide you through the process of studying for the MTEL Mathematics (Elementary) assessment with entertaining video lessons and short quizzes. Use this chapter to get reacquainted with parallel lines and symmetry to prepare for the exam.

## MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Parallel Lines & Symmetry - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter provide you with the unique opportunity to update your knowledge of parallel lines and symmetry from the comfort of your home. Expert instructors present the topics you'll find on the MTEL Mathematics exam in the form of fun videos. After reviewing the lessons, you will be able to:

• Explain how to prove lines are parallel
• Describe the use of converse statements to prove lines are parallel
• Discuss how to construct a parallel line using a point not on the given line
• Share the meaning of the parallel postulate and indirect proof
• Define and explain the concept of parallel sides
• Provide the definition of symmetric property in geometry and symmetric property of equality

One of the challenges of preparing for a licensure exam is compiling the correct materials for your study sessions. This chapter offers a variety of resources to make sure you're on track and prepared to answer questions on the exam. Review the lessons as videos or full transcripts to brush up on your knowledge of parallel lines and symmetry. Test your knowledge by taking self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam. If you need additional information about lesson topics, don't hesitate to submit your questions to our experts.

7 Lessons in Chapter 44: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Parallel Lines & Symmetry
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