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Ch 31: NES Math: Integration Techniques

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Watch these lessons and complete the quizzes to refresh your understanding of integrals and calculations that involve them as you prepare for the NES Math test. Our study guide offers a variety of tools to help you get ready for these types of NES exam questions.

NES Math: Integration Techniques - Chapter Summary

Use the short video lessons, quizzes and other study aids in this chapter to review information about integrals, including how to calculate and solve problems. As you study for the NES Math test, you can renew your understanding of topics such as:

  • Integral calculations of simple shapes
  • How to calculate indefinite integrals of polynomials
  • How to solve integrals with substitution
  • Ways to use integration by parts

Humor, animation and the liberal use of real-world examples make these lessons lively and informative, and you can study via computer, tablet or smartphone from anywhere there's Internet access. The short lesson quizzes and a comprehensive chapter exam allow you to assess your knowledge and see where you need extra study. A clickable Timeline makes it quick work to return to key points in the lesson for review.

NES Math: Integration Techniques Objectives

In five states, the NES Math test is one of the requirements for certification to teach math at the secondary level. All questions on the test are multiple-choice, and the test is computer-delivered. The quizzes in this study guide are in the same format, so the test's questions will be familiar.

The questions on the NES Math test are divided into five content domains, and questions on integration techniques are in the Trigonometry and Calculus content domain. This content domain accounts for 19% of the test's total 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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