# Ch 26: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Geometric Properties & Theorems

Seize the opportunity to expand your comprehension of geometric properties and theorems by viewing this chapter's lessons. Review the material in order to understand some of the questions you'll find on the MTEL Middle School Math/Science test.

## MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Geometric Properties & Theorems - Chapter Summary

Get ready for the MTEL Middle School Math/Science examination by brushing up on geometric properties and theorems. This chapter's animated video lessons are designed to provide you with an overview of two- and three-dimensional geometric shapes. By offering several examples, the lessons ensure that you know how to find the properties of various shapes, including prisms, cubes and squares. The lessons in this chapter cover:

• The importance of postulates and points
• Basic 2D and 3D geometric shapes
• Properties of rectangles, rhombuses and squares
• Application of the Pythagorean theorem

Teachers who have backgrounds in mathematics and science lead these educational video lessons in order to help you prepare for the MTEL Middle School Math/Science examination. You'll have the ability to submit your questions interactively as you work through each of the lessons. Text transcripts include bold keywords and video tags make it easy to skip from one topic to another. Watch the videos online with your mobile technology or print out the written material, including worksheets and quizzes, for easy reference.

7 Lessons in Chapter 26: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Geometric Properties & Theorems
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