# Ch 38: NES Math: Quadrilaterals

Watch our video lessons to refresh your knowledge of the process of measuring the area of quadrilaterals as you prepare for the NES Math test. We offer several kinds of study tools to aid in your test review.

## NES Math: Quadrilaterals - Chapter Summary

This chapter's lessons can help you brush up on your understanding of various four-sided geometric figures and ways of measuring them. Use our videos to get ready for NES Math exam questions on topics that include:

• Proof theorems for parallelograms
• How to measure the area of a parallelogram, trapezoid and a rhombus
• Properties of a rectangle
• Formula for finding the area of a rectangle
• Properties of trapezoids and squares
• How to find the area of complex figures

Our study guide is an easy-to-follow series of short video lessons and quizzes that can support you in preparing for the NES Math test. The instructors use animation, examples and plenty of practice problems to review information, and you can contact them if you have questions. A written transcript highlights important terms in the lesson, and you can monitor your progress with our Dashboard feature.

In five states, passing the NES Math exam is one of the requirements for becoming certified to teach math at the secondary level. All the questions on the NES test are multiple-choice, like those on our lesson quizzes. Taking our quizzes will prepare you for the format you'll face on the NES Math test in addition to pointing out where you need extra study before test day.

There are five content areas on the NES Math exam, and questions on quadrilaterals are in the section on Measurement and Geometry. This content domain accounts for 19% of the test.

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