Ch 8: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Real Numbers

About This Chapter

In your preparations for the NES Essential Accademic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics, this chapter can help you study the techniques used to graph rational numbers, the notations of rational numbers and inequalities of real numbers.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Real Numbers - Chapter Summary

These lessons can help you improve your understanding of rational numbers and inequalities. They are taught by our professional instructors and are mobile device compatible so that you may have an effective and versatile way of reviewing:

  • Steps used to graph rational numbers on number lines
  • Different notations of rational numbers
  • Inequalities and ordering real numbers

With these videos come a series of lesson quizzes that you can take to test how much of the information you retained and what topics you should review further. When returning to the lessons, use the video tags from the quiz results to skip over the material you've already mastered and only study the material you don't fully understand. Additionally you can read over the lesson transcripts which will help you identify the key figures and terms of the chapter.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Real Numbers Chapter Objectives

Individuals take the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics exam to demonstrate that they possess the basic mathematical skills needed to be competent teachers. When you take this exam, you will be tasked with completing 45 multiple-choice questions in a 60-minute testing session. Some of these questions could be about number properties and the principles of algebra. Use the material from this chapter to prepare for these questions by reviewing the properties of rational numbers and inequalities.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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