Ch 25: NES Math: Limits

About This Chapter

Let use help you renew your understanding of limits in calculus as you study for the NES Math exam. These short video lessons, quizzes and other study tools offer solid preparation options for this certification exam.

NES Math: Limits - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to review your knowledge of limits and how to determine and define them. Our videos and quizzes can help you get ready for NES Math exam questions on topics such as:

  • When and how to use limit notation
  • Methods of determining the limits of functions
  • How to use a graph to define limits
  • Using a graph to find the value of a one-sided limit
  • Continuity

Our video lessons are about five to ten minutes each and are available via computer, smartphone or tablet. Each is accompanied by a written transcript that highlights important concepts and terms. You can monitor your progress through the personalized Dashboard, and ask questions of the instructors through the ask-an-expert message board.

NES Math: Limits Chapter Objectives

Several states use the NES Mathematics exam as one of the criteria for granting certification to teach the subject. The exam's questions are sectioned into five content domains, and the material from this chapter is covered in the Trigonometry and Calculus domain. This part of the exam accounts for 19% of the total score.

All questions on the exam are multiple choice, like the questions on our lesson quizzes and chapter exam. Our tests let you practice answering questions in the format you'll find on exam day and also allow you to assess your knowledge. If you answer a question incorrectly, the answer key provides a link back to that part of the video so you can review the material.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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