# Ch 42: NMTA Math: Analytical Geometry

Watch these short, engaging video lessons to review the analytical geometry concepts and techniques you'll need to know for the NMTA Math certification assessment. If you have any questions about analytical geometry not addressed by the videos, be sure to submit them to our instructors.

## NMTA Math: Analytical Geometry - Chapter Summary

The quick, entertaining videos in this chapter demonstrate the analytical geometry concepts that could be covered on the NMTA exam. You'll review the topics such as:

• The Cartesian coordinate system
• Proper use of the midpoint formula
• Applications of the distance formula
• Techniques for calculating line slope
• Graphical transformations and translations

Each video comes with a text transcript that uses a bold typeface to make the most important ideas more visible. Make sure to take the self-assessment quiz after each lesson to ensure you understand the concepts and pinpoint topics that need further review.

### Objectives of the NMTA Math: Analytical Geometry Chapter

Measurement and geometry questions take up 19% of the NMTA Math certification assessment, but don't fret - these videos can help. They illustrate some of the analytical geometry concepts you need to know by showing you examples of how they work. Additionally, lesson quizzes introduce you to the format of the NMTA computer-administered exam and can help judge your test-taking pace.

The remaining four content domains on the exam are as follows: trig and calculus; statistics, probability, and discrete mathematics; math processes and number sense; and patterns, algebra and functions. There are 150 multiple-choice questions on the assessment, and you will be permitted four and a quarter hours to answer them all.

6 Lessons in Chapter 42: NMTA Math: Analytical Geometry
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