# Ch 16: NES Middle Grades Math: Percents

Watch this chapter's online video lessons to build upon what you know about percents. Once you've completed your review, you should be ready to answer related questions on the NES Middle Grades Math examination.

## NES Middle Grades Math: Percents - Chapter Summary

This chapter aims to increase your understanding of percents. Strengthen your ability to convert between percents, decimals and fractions before you take the NES Middle Grades Math examination. Review the correct steps for solving percentage word problems, differentiate between decimals and fractions and re-examine the reasons they're useful for solving math problems. You may also explore the appearance of numbers that are in decimal and fraction form. By reviewing this chapter, you could be able to:

• Define and write percentages
• Convert between percent, decimal and fraction notation
• Change between decimals, percents and fractions
• Study examples where fractions are converted to percents
• Solve math equations and word problems that involve percentages

### NES Middle Grades Math: Percents - Objectives

Your in-depth understanding of percents is essential to passing the NES Middle Grades Math examination. Use what you learned during your college years as well as your review of this chapter when addressing relevant questions on the Number Sense and Operations content domain of the examination. One of four content domains, the section is equal to 17% of the entire assessment score. The overall computer-administered examination consists of 150 multiple-choice questions. There's a four-hour and 15 minute time limit for test candidates to answer all questions and possibly qualify for a middle grades mathematics teaching certification.

9 Lessons in Chapter 16: NES Middle Grades Math: Percents
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