# Ch 4: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Properties of Equality & Inequality

In your studies for the MTEL: Mathematics/Science (Middle School) exam, watch these lessons to review the concepts of equality and inequality, the different properties of equality and how knowing them will be helpful on test day.

## MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Properties of Equality & Inequality - Chapter Summary

This chapter, its lessons and assessments have been assembled to help you review the concepts of equality and inequality. It also reviews the properties of equality that may be helpful when you take the MTEL: Mathematics/ Science (Middle School) exam. After these lessons, you should have a firm understanding of the following properties of equality:

• Subtraction
• Multiplication
• Division
• Symmetric
• Transitive
• Reflexive
• Substitution

As you watch these videos, be sure to read the lesson transcripts that will help you retain the information presented in them. Also, take the lesson quizzes to discover the topics you have mastered and the topics you haven't. Then, use the video tags of the quiz results to go to the locations of the lessons that explain the topics you missed and study them to improve your understanding of the material.

### MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Properties of Equality & Inequality - Chapter Objectives

Individuals seeking certification as middle-grades math and science teachers in Massachusetts must pass the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL): Mathematics/Science (Middle School) exam. This four-hour, computer-based certification exam involves completing 100 multiple-choice questions and two open-response assignments. This chapter will help refresh your understanding of the properties of equality, a topic that you will be tested on during the patterns, relations, and algebra section of the exam. The approximate test weight of this portion is about 12%.

9 Lessons in Chapter 4: MTEL Middle School Math/Science: Properties of Equality & Inequality
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