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Ch 15: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Functions

About This Chapter

This chapter will demonstrate the processes used to graph functions as part of your preparation for the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics exam.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Functions - Chapter Summary

In this series of lessons, our professional instructors demonstrate the procedures used to graph functions. After reviewing these lessons, you should be prepared for exam questions regarding:

  • Plotting points to graph functions
  • Determining when functions are linear, increasing, decreasing, positive or negative
  • Finding and applying the slopes and intercepts of a lines

In addition to watching these lesson videos, read the text transcripts that also identify the key vocabulary of the chapter. Take the lesson quizzes to find topics you don't know, and then use the video tags to return to the locations in the videos that discussed them and improve your mastery over this material. If you have any questions regarding this chapter, send them to our instructors for answers.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Graphing Functions Chapter Objectives

When you take the National Evaluation Series (NES) Essential Academic Skill Subtest III: Mathematics exam, you will need to answer 45 multiple-choice questions within a 60-minute testing session. This computer-based certification exam includes questions from five math competencies, including one on the principles of algebra. This chapter has been put together to help you improve your understanding of the processes used to graph functions as you study for questions in this subarea.

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