Ch 3: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Estimating & Rounding

About This Chapter

In these lessons you will review some common techniques of finding solutions using rounding and estimating. Improving these skill may prove useful when completing the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics exam.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Estimating & Rounding - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter explain some of the ways of finding solutions to mathematical problems using estimating and rounding that can help you study for the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics exam. Follow along with our expert instructors to review:

  • Techniques for solving mathematical problems with estimation
  • Rounding numbers to the nearest 1000, 10,000, and 100,000
  • Using rounding to estimate difference

After these lessons, test your skills using rounding and estimation by completing the quizzes. Use these quizzes to find topics you don't understand and then use the video tags to return to the videos to improve your understanding of them. Don't forget that these lessons are mobile device compatible so that you can watch them even when you are away from a computer.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Estimating & Rounding Objectives

Teachers and prospective teachers may take the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics as part of their state certification process. This computer-based subtest uses a series of 45 multiple-choice questions to assess test takers basic mathematical skills. Use this chapter to prepare for questions on this exam by improving your skills estimating and using mathematical reasoning.

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