# Ch 19: MTTC Math (Secondary): Proportions

Increase your understanding of and your capacity to use proportions when you review the subject with the help of this chapter's video lessons. The chapter includes examples and quizzes that can prepare you for the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Proportions - Chapter Summary

This chapter's online video lessons will help you to recall what you've previously learned about proportions and their applications, but you may also discover new information. Watch this chapter's video lessons so that you can correctly answer any MTTC Math (Secondary) test items on the following:

• Making calculations with proportions and ratios
• Solving time problems
• Determining an unknown in a proportion
• Examining proportional relationships
• Understanding the constant of proportionality
• Graphing and creating equations for proportional relationships
• Utilizing proportional relationships when solving problems with percents
• Solving real world problems with proportions

You'll refresh your memory of these concepts when you watch this chapter's video lessons, which are led by expert mathematics instructors. The videos include clickable links that teach you more about key terms as well as video tags that permit you to locate information quickly. Prepare to take the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination by studying these lessons online whenever you have time, asking questions of the experts and testing your knowledge with the self-assessment quizzes.

10 Lessons in Chapter 19: MTTC Math (Secondary): Proportions
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