# Ch 35: NES Middle Grades Math: Rates, Ratios & Proportions

If you are a little rusty on working with time, money, and other math topics related to rates and ratios, this is the chapter for you. Use the chapter test and lesson quizzes to get ready for the NES Middle Grades Mathematics test.

## NES Middle Grades Math: Rates, Ratios & Proportions - Chapter Summary

Here, our exceptional instructors bring to you a full treatment of math topics related to ratios, rates, and proportions to help you get ready for the National Evaluation Series (NES) Middle Grades Mathematics exam. The lessons work through definitions, formulas for calculations, and real-world examples with fun graphics to cement the information in your memory before the big test. The topics covered by these lessons include, among others:

• Defining of rates, proportions, and ratios
• Finding unit rates
• Solving one-step and multi-step problems
• Calculating problems with rates/ratios/proportions
• Working with time and money
• Graphing proportions
• Solving real-world problems through proportions

Our study system treats you to brief videos with excellent instruction set to entertaining graphics and examples to minimize the time requirement and stress of test preparation. Adding the transcripts and worksheets to your review process gives you a learning experience that includes visual, aural, and print material to help all types of learners find something useful. The self-assessments help you determine if you are ready for the exam or if you need to go back to specific topics.

16 Lessons in Chapter 35: NES Middle Grades Math: Rates, Ratios & Proportions
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