# Ch 17: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Inequalities

Utilize this chapter as you're preparing to take the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination and earn a teaching certification. This chapter's online video lessons can help you to review math inequalities.

## NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

The video lessons in this chapter can remind you of concepts you need to know to conquer questions on inequalities when you take the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination. While watching the tutorial videos, you'll recall how to identify inequalities, review the differences between using a number line and a coordinate plane, and further examine the rules for writing inequalities in set notation. Check out the videos for assistance with:

• Recognizing and writing two-variable inequalities
• Graphing 1- and 2-variable inequalities
• Expressing compound inequalities using interval and set notation

Become more proficient at solving inequalities by learning from professional instructors. They not only narrate the lessons but can provide answers to your related questions when you submit them interactively. Self-paced and entertaining, the lessons include video tags that jump between main topics as well as written transcripts that reflect the videos verbatim. Usually less than ten minutes long, the videos serve as handy study resources when you're preparing to take the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination. Once you've watched a lesson, it's a good idea to take its corresponding short quiz.

### NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Inequalities Chapter Objectives

Questions on inequalities can be found on the algebra questions of the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III - Mathematics examination. Showcase your understanding of inequalities and demonstrate your readiness to teach various math subjects in your classroom when you correctly answer the 45 multiple-choice assessment questions. There's a one-hour time limit for completing the computer-based examination.

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