# Ch 42: NES Math: Analytical Geometry

This chapter of our NES Math study guide covers analytical geometry topics, such as how to figure the slope of a line. These lessons and quizzes can help you prepare for these types of questions on exam day.

## NES Math: Analytical Geometry - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter can refresh your understanding of ways to plot points and graph lines in analytical geometry as you study for the NES Math exam. We provide videos, quizzes and other study aids to help you tackle questions on topics including:

• The cartesian coordinate system
• The midpoint and the distance formulas
• Calculating the slope of a line
• Graphing transformations in math
• Translations in math

Each of our video lessons is five to ten minutes in length. You can watch them anytime on a computer or mobile device. Every video includes a timeline with video links back to specific portions of the lessons. A written transcript of every lesson highlights key topics and words.

### NES Math: Analytical Geometry Chapter Objectives

Several states require passing the NES Mathematics exam as one condition for granting certification to teach mathematics at the secondary level. The exam is divided into five content domains, and the material from this chapter is covered in the Measurement and Geometry content domain, which accounts for 19% of the test score.

The exam consists entirely of multiple-choice questions and is computer delivered. The questions on our lesson quizzes and chapter exam are also multiple choice, so completing them can give you experience in the format you'll encounter on the test. Our quizzes also show you where you may need extra study before exam day.

6 Lessons in Chapter 42: NES Math: Analytical Geometry
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