Ch 1: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Decimals

About This Chapter

As you prepare for the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics exam, use this chapter to prepare for questions that may required you to solve problems with decimals.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Decimals - Chapter Summary

As part of our study guide course for the National Evaluation Series (NES) Essential Academic Skill Subtest III: Mathematics exam, this chapter can help you improve your skills solving problems that include decimals. In this series of mobile device compatible lesson videos, our expert instructors explain:

  • Decimal place values
  • Ordering decimals
  • Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with decimals
  • Using estimation to solve math problems with decimals

In additions to watching the video lessons, read the transcripts for written overviews that identify the key vocabulary words. Use the lesson quizzes to find topics you don't understand, and then use the video tags from the quiz results to return to the videos and improve your understanding of the material. Once you feel you have mastered the material in this chapter, test your overall understanding with the practice chapter exam.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Decimals Chapter Objectives

The objective of the NES Essential Academic Skill Subtest III: Mathematics test is to ensure that future teachers possess basic mathematical skills before they earn certification. On test day, your mathematical skills will be tested with 45 multiple-choice questions, administered in a one-hour testing session. This chapter has been assembled to help you prepare for this test by improving your skills working with decimals.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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