# Ch 17: NES Math: Rational Expressions

Let us help you renew your knowledge of rational expressions and equations as you study for the NES Math test. The video lessons and quizzes offer solid preparation for test questions on this subject.

## NES Math: Rational Expressions - Chapter Summary

Get ready for the NES Math test with our chapter's lessons. Review the process of performing operations with rational expressions, and learn more about rational equations and graphs of rational expressions. The videos, quizzes and study aids will help you tackle questions on:

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with rational expressions
• Ways to solve a rational equation
• Reciprocals of rational expressions
• How to simplify complex rational expressions
• How to analyze the graph of a rational function

These lessons average about five minutes in length, and you can watch them on a computer, smartphone or tablet anytime. Lesson quizzes and a chapter exam let you gauge your progress, and the video links in our clickable Timeline offer a quick way to jump back to specific parts of the lesson for review. Every lesson is accompanied by a written lesson transcript that has important concepts and terms highlighted.

### NES Math: Rational Expressions Chapter Objectives

Five states use the NES Math test as one of the requirements for obtaining teacher certification in the content area. The computer-delivered test consists of 150 multiple-choice questions divided into five content domains. Questions on rational expressions are in the Patterns, Algebra, and Functions content domain, which accounts for 24% of the total score on the test.

Our quizzes give you valuable practice answering questions in the format you'll encounter on the NES Math test. These quizzes also offer an opportunity to evaluate your learning and see where you need extra study before test day.

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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