# Ch 30: NES Middle Grades Math: Two-Step Equations

This chapter's lessons will help you prepare for questions on the NES Middle Grades Mathematics exam that may ask you to solve equations with two or more variables. You can take quick self-assessment quizzes to determine how much you remember.

## NES Middle Grades Math: Two-Step Equations - Chapter Summary

Watch our professional instructors in this series of lessons videos as they discuss the procedures used to solve math questions with multiple variables. Prior to taking the NES Middle Grades Mathematics exam, use this chapter to improve your skills in the following areas:

• Addition equations and word problems using multiple variables
• Subtraction equations and word problems with two or more variables
• Multiplication equations and word problems with more than one variable
• Division equations and word problems using two or more variables

As a way of getting the most out of the lessons, read through the transcripts as you listen to the narrator or watch the animated videos. The chapter includes several quizzes as well as a chapter exam that will determine your level of understanding.

### NES Middle Grades Math: Two-Step Equations Objectives

The NES Middle Grades Mathematics exam measures individuals' mathematical skills before they are granted certification. This computer-based exam is composed of 150 multiple-choice questions that you will be given four hours and 15 minutes to complete. The Algebra and Functions segment of the exam will present you with 33% of the overall questions. You can use this chapter to improve your chances of doing well on these questions by improving your ability to solve two-step equations with multiple variables.

8 Lessons in Chapter 30: NES Middle Grades Math: Two-Step Equations
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