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Ch 24: NES Math: Continuity of Functions

About This Chapter

Use these lessons to renew your understanding of a continuity in a function, regions of continuity and discontinuities. Our short videos and quizzes offer a refresher for the NES Math exam.

NES Math: Continuity of Functions - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter will remind you of how to check the continuity of a function and determine discontinuity. These videos can help you answer questions on the NES Math exam that cover topics such as:

  • Definition of continuity in a function
  • How to determine discontinuities in functions and graphs
  • Regions of continuity

Our lessons are about five minutes long on average, and you can watch them anytime using a computer or mobile device. You can read along with the instructor through the transcripts that accompany each lesson. If you have questions, contact the instructors through our ask-an-expert message board.

NES Math: Continuity of Functions Chapter Objectives

In several states, passing the NES Mathematics exam is one of the conditions for obtaining certification to teach math at the secondary school level. The exam's questions are segmented into five content domains. Questions on the topics reviewed in the Continuity of Functions chapter are in the Trigonometry and Calculus content domain, which accounts for 19% of the exam's total scoring.

All questions on the exam are multiple-choice, like the questions on our quizzes. In addition to offering a way to experience answering questions in the format you'll face on the exam, these short lesson quizzes show you where you need extra study prior to taking the exam. If you answer a question incorrectly, use the link in the quiz answer key to return to that spot in the lesson for review.

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