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Ch 4: NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II: Place Value & Comparing Numbers

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In your preparation for the NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II, take a look at our engaging lessons that describe place value and number comparison. Use our multiple-choice quizzes in each lesson for extra practice.

NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II: Place Value & Comparing Numbers - Chapter Summary

Review this chapter's lessons to find out what information you will need to be familiar with for the NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II. Our knowledgeable instructors will help you review the most essential topics about place value and comparing numbers, as you track your own progress on your dashboard. The videos will include information like:

  • Finding the place values in whole numbers
  • Defining terms related to place values and comparing numbers
  • Comparing and ordering fractions and decimals
  • Using the number line for comparisons

Use this chapter as your resource in preparation for the NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II. When you've finished the kessons, you can further prepare for exam day with multiple-choice quizzes. Along the way, keep track of your progress with your own dashboard.

8 Lessons in Chapter 4: NMTA Elementary Education Subtest II: Place Value & Comparing Numbers
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Finding Place Values in Whole Numbers

1. Finding Place Values in Whole Numbers

After watching this video lesson, you will be able to find the location of any place value that you are given. You will also be able to identify them in any whole number.

What is a Decimal Place Value?

2. What is a Decimal Place Value?

In this video lesson, you will see how a decimal, a simple dot, can change the place value of all the digits in a number. You will also learn how to read decimals using place values.

What is Expanded Form in Math? - Definition & Examples

3. What is Expanded Form in Math? - Definition & Examples

In this lesson, we'll review place value and find out how it's useful when writing numbers in expanded form. We'll also look at a few examples of numbers written out in expanded form.

What Are Equivalent Decimals? - Definition & Examples

4. What Are Equivalent Decimals? - Definition & Examples

Equivalent decimals may look different, but in reality they are just a fancy way of naming the same amount! In this lesson, you will explore equivalent decimals and learn easy tricks to help you master the tools needed to identify and write these equal forms.

Comparing and Ordering Decimals

5. Comparing and Ordering Decimals

In this video lesson, you'll find out how you can look at any two decimals and immediately tell which is greater than the other. You'll also learn how to quickly sort decimals from least to greatest or vice versa.

What are Equivalent Fractions? - Definition & Examples

6. What are Equivalent Fractions? - Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you'll review some fraction terminology and then learn what equivalent fractions are. Afterward, you can test your new knowledge with a brief quiz.

Comparing and Ordering Fractions

7. Comparing and Ordering Fractions

Comparing and ordering fractions is way to examine fractions that contain different-sized sets. In order to compare these fractions, you must find a common denominator and make equivalent fractions.

Using the Number Line to Compare Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers

8. Using the Number Line to Compare Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers

Watch this video lesson to learn how useful the number line can be when you need to compare two different numbers, be they whole numbers, decimals or even fractions. Learn how to plot these numbers on the number line so you can compare them.

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