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Ch 8: NES Math: Vector Operations

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Watch this series of short lessons to refresh your understanding of what vectors are and the geometric approach to adding and subtracting them. This study guide offers videos, quizzes and other aids to get you amped up for these types of questions on the NES Math test.

NES Math: Vector Operations - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to review facts about operations and calculations with vectors as you study for the NES Math exam. Our lively videos, self-assessment quizzes and useful study aids will guide you in preparing for questions on:

  • Types of vectors
  • Geometric approach to vector addition and subtraction
  • Resultants of vectors
  • Scalar multiplication of vectors

You can watch these videos and take the accompanying quizzes anytime your schedule allows, using a computer or mobile device. Our instructors keep the lessons brief and use plenty of animations, examples and practice problems to explain their topics. If you have questions, you can easily contact them through our message board.

NES Math: Vector Operations - Chapter Objectives

Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin use the NES Math test as one way of assessing readiness for certification to teach the subject at the secondary level. The test is computer-delivered and consists entirely of multiple-choice questions, divided into five content domains. Questions on vector operations are in the content domain on Statistics, Probability, and Discrete Mathematics, which accounts for 19% of the test's total score.

The lesson quizzes and the chapter exam we offer are in the same format as the NES Math test, so taking them will help you become familiar with the types of questions you'll face. Our tests also show you where you may need additional study prior to test day, and video links can point you to the right spots in the lesson for review.

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