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Ch 49: NES Math: Set Theory

About This Chapter

This chapter's lessons offer a refresher session in set theory, including a look at Venn diagrams and two-way tables. Our videos can help you prepare for these types of questions on the NES Math exam.

NES Math: Set Theory - Chapter Summary

Let us help you review information about mathematical sets and subsets as you study for the NES Math exam. This chapter of our study guide offers lessons on topics such as:

  • Elements, unions and intersections
  • Types of subsets
  • Venn diagrams
  • Categorical propositions
  • Definition of a two-way table

You can explore these lessons whenever you have spare time. A computer, phone or tablet can be used for convenient access. All lessons are accompanied by a transcript with important concepts and terms highlighted. There's even a sheet of quiz questions that you can print and use for offline study.

NES Math: Set Theory Chapter Objectives

In several states, passing the NES Math exam is one of the conditions for certification to teach math at the secondary level. The exam's questions are categorized into content domains, and questions on the topics in this chapter are in the exam's Statistics, Probabilities and Discrete Mathematics content domain area. This part of the test accounts for 19% of the total score.

All questions on the NES Math exam are multiple-choice, like the questions on our lesson quizzes and chapter exams. In addition to providing practice in answering questions like you'll find on the exam, our tests indicate topics where extra study might be required.

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