# Ch 18: NES Math: Radical Expressions

Let us aid in your review of operations with radical expressions and square roots as you prepare for the NES Math exam. Our videos, quizzes and other study aids can help you succeed on this section of the exam.

## NES Math: Radical Expressions - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's video lessons to renew your understanding of operations with square roots and radical expressions. Brush up on information that can help you handle NES Math exam questions on topics such as:

• Determining a number's square root
• How to simplify square roots that aren't perfect squares
• How to simplify expressions containing square roots
• Ways to factor radical expressions
• Methods of multiplying and simplifying radical expressions
• How to divide radical expressions
• Ways to rationalize denominators in radical expressions

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### NES Math: Radical Expressions Chapter Objectives

Passing the NES Math exam is a requirement for certification to teach mathematics at the secondary level in several states. The exam contains 150 questions, divided into five content domains. Questions related to the information in the Radical Expressions chapter is in the Patterns, Algebra and Functions content domain of the exam, which makes up 24% of the total score.

All questions on the NES Math exam are multiple-choice, as are the questions in our study guide's lesson quizzes and chapter tests. These tests let you practice answering questions in a format like you'll encounter on the NES exam.

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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