Ch 32: NES Math: Applications of Integration

About This Chapter

Let us help you get ready for NES Math test questions on integration and related calculations. Our video lessons, quizzes and other study tools will support you in preparing for this test.

NES Math: Applications of Integration - Chapter Summary

Brush up on integrals and the ways in which they are used by watching our short video lessons. The material in this chapter of our study guide can help you handle NES Math test questions on topics such as:

  • Dynamic motion and integration
  • The use of single integrals to calculate volumes
  • How to use integration to find volumes of revolution

Our instructors have developed entertaining lessons that make their points with examples and humor. You can test your knowledge with short quizzes and a chapter exam. A clickable Timeline lets you quickly jump back to the lesson to review key passages without having to re-watch the entire video. You can keep up with your progress through our personalized Dashboard, which may even offer some suggestions about other courses that could help you.

NES Math: Applications of Integration Chapter Objectives

Several states require passing the NES Math test as a condition for certification to teach math at the secondary level. The test consists entirely of multiple-choice questions and is administered by computer. Our lesson quizzes and chapter exam also are computer-based multiple-choice tests, so taking them will give you practice in answering questions like those you'll face on the NES test in addition to helping you gauge your learning.

The NES Math test is divided into five sections, called content domains. Questions related to the applications of integration will be asked during the exam's Trigonometry and Calculus content domain, which makes up 19% of the test's score.

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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