# Ch 6: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Rational Numbers

Get the knowledge you need to successfully address rational numbers on the MTEL Mathematics (Elementary) assessment. Watch entertaining video lessons to boost your comprehension, and take short quizzes to gauge your readiness to take the test.

## MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Rational Numbers - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll find a comprehensive overview of rational numbers you can use to improve your ability to succeed on the MTEL Mathematics (Elementary) assessment. After reviewing the lessons, you will be prepared for the following on exam day:

• Describing how to compare and order rational numbers
• Demonstrating your ability to graph rational numbers on a number line
• Explaining how to find the absolute value of a rational number
• Exhibiting your ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide rational numbers
• Analyzing notation for rational numbers, fractions and decimals
• Defining irrational numbers, and identifying common irrational numbers

The process of studying for a licensure exam can feel overwhelming, which is why this chapter allows you to review rational numbers at your own pace. Watch the lessons in the sequence that matches your existing knowledge of the subject area. Access the lessons as videos or full transcripts any time, day or night, and as often as you'd prefer. Feel free to gauge your comprehension of the lessons by taking short quizzes. If you need additional details about any lesson topic, don't hesitate to submit your questions to our experts.

7 Lessons in Chapter 6: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Rational Numbers
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