Ch 34: NMTA Essential Academic Skills Math: Similar Polygons

About This Chapter

Watch our video lessons to study similar polygons for the Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics test. Please note that the state of New Mexico now uses this NES test in place of the NMTA test.

NMTA Essential Academic Skills Math: Similar Polygons - Chapter Summary

Let us help you brush up your geometry skills with these lessons on similar polygons. Lesson topics explored in this chapter include:

  • Similar polygons
  • Ratios and proportions
  • The formula for geometric mean
  • Solving problems involving proportions

Our experienced instructors offer content-rich lessons along with engaging visuals to ease the studying process. The videos provide a number of helpful features, including text lessons for additional detail and video tags to jump to main ideas within the lesson. Be sure to take the multiple-choice chapter exam to assess your understanding of lesson materials.

NMTA Essential Academic Skills Math: Similar Polygons Chapter Objectives

The NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III: Mathematics, now used in place of the previous NMTA test, is required for teachers to attain their initial licensure. Content covered on the test is organized into 5 competencies. Geometry, including similar polygons, is included under the third competency which assesses your understanding of measurement principles and geometry concepts. Use our video lessons and quizzes to prepare to answer questions about similar polygons on the test.

The test has 45 multiple-choice questions and is provided in a computerized format. Test sessions are 1 hour long.

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