# Ch 23: NES Middle Grades Math: Inequalities

Look to this chapter's online video lessons to review inequalities. They include real-life examples and short quizzes that will test your preparedness for the NES Middle Grades Math examination.

## NES Middle Grades Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to remind you of various aspects of inequalities, including how to graph and write them. It discusses the rules for solving systems of inequalities, compound inequalities and absolute value inequalities. Brush up on these and other related topics prior to taking the NES Middle Grades Math examination for teacher certification. Watch the lessons in this chapter for assistance with:

• Describing an inequality
• Graphing inequalities with one and two variables and solving practice problems
• Reviewing compound inequalities and the use of set and interval notation
• Solving and graphing absolute value inequalities and completing practice problems
• Translating math sentences into math symbols
• Working with linear inequalities that require one and two steps

Experienced instructors lead the lessons and provide answers to your questions. Watch these videos on inequalities in order to develop your expertise in this area. You'll be evaluated on your abilities when you sit for the NES Middle Grades Math examination. Written transcripts reflect the videos, and video tags help you move quickly from one topic to another. Quizzes and a chapter exam round out the lessons. They can each be printed out and consulted in your spare time.

### NES Middle Grades Math: Inequalities Chapter Objectives

The NES Middle Grades Math examination includes sections on algebraic notation and inequalities. Specifically, you could apply your understanding of this chapter's material when you reach the Algebra and Functions content domain of the examination. Equal to 33% of the assessment score, the section is one of the test's four domains. As you pursue a middle grades mathematics teaching endorsement, answer the overall examination's 150 multiple-choice questions within the allotted four hours and 15 minutes. The test is administered by computer.

9 Lessons in Chapter 23: NES Middle Grades Math: Inequalities
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