Ch 63: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Force & Motion

About This Chapter

If you need to refresh your mind on force and motion before taking the MTEL Middle School Math/Science exam, then you've come to the right place. Our brief and interesting video lessons and quizzes will help you thoroughly prepare to answer similar questions on your exam.

MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Force & Motion - Chapter Summary

Remembering how to define concepts like centripetal force, speed, and position is easy with our quick and entertaining video lessons. In this chapter, you will find short quizzes that you can use to evaluate your understanding of gravity and how it can affect planets. These study resources will help you prepare to answer questions successfully based on the following:

  • The relationship between force and motion
  • Identifying centripetal force and position
  • Position and speed problems
  • Gravity role in shaping planets

If you would like to get additional practice answering questions, you can take the chapter exam. Studying on the go is made easy because you can print out the worksheets. If you need to review the videos, you can use the timelines to go to specific parts of them. Also, after you take the quizzes, you can view the parts of the videos that address the correct answers.

MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Force & Motion Chapter Objectives

On your exam, there may be questions that ask you to demonstrate the properties of force and works and the effects of speed on an object, and this chapter will assist you in your ability to answer those questions. The part of the MTEL Middle School Math/Science exam that connects to these lessons is the Physics section, which makes up 8% of the test. The exam includes a total of 100 multiple-choice and 2 open-ended questions and is given on a computer.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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