# Ch 17: NES Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math

Revisit the fundamentals of money and consumer math when you explore the informative lessons in this chapter. Strengthening your knowledge of these concepts could get you ready for the NES Middle Grades Math examination for teacher certification.

## NES Middle Grades Math - Money and Consumer Math - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons as a study resource when you're preparing to take the NES Middle Grades Math examination. As you begin your review, you'll find steps and examples related to topics such as number value, sales commissions, interest formulas, and shipping and handling. Item unit price, sales tax and discounts are also covered. Further examining these subjects could help you with:

• Teaching the value of nickels, dimes, quarters and pennies
• Explaining how to identify a missing coin
• Adding, subtracting and dividing money amounts
• Solving word problems that involve multiplying money by decimals and whole numbers
• Describing the process of making change
• Understanding sales commissions and sales mark-up
• Calculating discounts and taxes as well as tips and shipping and handling
• Outlining the steps for compounding interest formulas and solving interest problems
• Describing item unit price

The lessons are fairly short, self-paced, informational and fun to explore. They include written transcripts, pop quizzes and worksheets. Experienced instructors present the above concepts on money and consumer math. Prepare to pass the NES Middle Grades Math examination by going over the information and building your expertise in each topic.

### NES Middle Grades Math - Money and Consumer Math Objectives

There are four content domains on the NES Middle Grades Math examination. Number Sense and Operations, Algebra and Functions, Measurement and Geometry and Statistics, Probability and Discrete Mathematics are each respectively worth 17%, 33%, 25% and 25% of the assessment score. Display what you picked up during your review of this chapter as well as your ability to teach other math subjects during this examination, which consists of 150 multiple-choice questions. The assessment is computer-based, and it must be finished within a four-hour, 15-minute time frame.

14 Lessons in Chapter 17: NES Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math
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