Ch 5: NES Math: Units of Measure & Conversions

Use our study aids to review facts on the standard and metric systems of measurement and how to convert between them as you prepare for the NES Math test. Other lessons cover topics including the monetary exchange rate and scientific notation.

NES Math: Units of Measure & Conversions - Chapter Summary

Prepare for the NES Math test by brushing up on facts about units of measurement and how to make conversions between the standard and the metric system. This chapter's lessons and quizzes can help you answer questions on topics including:

• Standard units of measurement and how to convert them
• The metric system and how to convert its units
• Dimensional analysis
• Currency conversions
• Accuracy in measurements
• Scientific notation

You can review these lessons anywhere you have Internet access, using a computer, smartphone or tablet. The lessons average about five minutes in length, and when you complete one, you can check your knowledge with a short quiz. Every video includes a clickable Timeline with links that let you quickly jump back to review specific parts of the lesson.

NES Math: Units of Measure & Conversions - Chapter Objectives

Five states have made passing the NES Math exam a requirement for certification to become a math teacher at the secondary level. Every questions on the NES test is multiple-choice, as are the questions on our lesson quizzes and the chapter exam. Completing these tests will give you a feel for the questions you'll face on the NES Math test, as well as offering an assessment of your learning prior to taking the test.

The NES Math exam is divided into five subject areas, called content domains. Questions on material from this chapter are in the Measurement and Geometry content domain, which makes up 19% of the NES test's total scoring.

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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