# Ch 37: NES Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons

Let us assist you in getting ready for NES Math test questions that ask you to prove that lines are parallel or demonstrate how to measure the angles of a polygon. The tools in our study guide offer several routes toward test success.

## NES Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to refresh your knowledge of parallel lines and polygons as well as some tecnhiques for measuring and evaluating them. Our videos let you prepare for NES Math test questions on:

• Transversals and the angles they form
• Ways to prove lines are parallel, including the use of converse statements
• The parallel postulate
• Indirect proof
• Regular polygons
• How to determine the number of diagonals in a polygon
• How to find the area and perimeter of polygons
• How to measure the angles in a polygon

You can watch these brief lessons whenever your schedule allows, using a laptop, smartphone or tablet. Every lesson is followed by a short quiz that lets you evaluate your knowledge, and a comprehensive exam is offered at the end of the chapter. We've provided a Timeline with every video to make it easy for you to return to key points in the lesson for review, and we also offer text transcripts of each lesson with important terms and concepts in bold type.

### NES Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons Chapter Objectives

In five states, certification to teach mathematics at the secondary level calls for passing the NES Math course. This 150-question test is divided into five content domains, and questions on parallel lines and polygons are in the section on measurement and geometry, which makes up 19% of the total test score.

Like our lesson quizzes and the chapter exam, every question on the NES Math test is multiple-choice, and the test is administered by computer. Completing them will give you a feel for what you'll encounter on the NES Math test in addition to allowing you to assess your level of retention.

Chapter Practice Exam
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