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Ch 36: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Coordinates

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Learn more about graphing coordinates and increase your chances of correctly addressing questions on the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination. This chapter's topical video lessons include a practice examination and short quizzes.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Coordinates - Chapter Summary

Expand your capacity to identify real, rational and irrational numbers before you pursue teacher certification. This chapter's tutorial videos could strengthen your ability to recognize the parts of graphs and solve addition and subtraction problems using the number line. Prior to taking the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination, allow this chapter to help you with:

  • Understanding the parts of a graph and a number line
  • Reading and plotting points on the coordinate plane
  • Calculating the distance between two points

Check out these fun, online lessons and use them as a refresher tutorial while you review some concepts that you may have forgotten. Study around the clock, whenever your schedule permits. The videos are about five to ten minutes long, and they include written transcripts as well as an ask-a-question feature. Self-assessment quizzes test your ability to graph coordinates.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Coordinates Chapter Objectives

The information you'll review throughout this chapter is represented on the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III - Mathematics examination. Its five competencies focus on number operations, algebraic principles, geometric concepts, statistics and mathematical communications. Apply your knowledge when answering the examination's 45 multiple-choice questions so you can qualify for a mathematics teaching endorsement. You'll have an hour to complete the computer-administered assessment.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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