Ch 41: NMTA Math: Geometric Solids

These short, engaging videos address the geometric solids concepts you're likely to find on the NMTA Math certification assessment. As you work through the videos, be sure to submit any questions that arise to our instructors.

NMTA Math: Geometric Solids - Chapter Summary

These fun, entertaining videos break down and illustrate the geometric solids concepts and measurement techniques you need to know for the NMTA certification assessment. As you work through this chapter, you can review:

• The relationships between planes and polyhedrons
• Volume calculations for basic shapes
• Properties of prisms and cylinders
• Characteristics of spheres, cones and pyramids

Educators who are serious about mastering these concepts and methods will not skip out on the lesson quizzes, which are a great way to practice using the ideas from the videos. Refer to the text transcripts for additional review of the topics. The most important information is presented in bold so it's easy to track down.

Objectives of the NMTA Math: Geometric Solids Chapter

The videos in this chapter demonstrate some of the geometric solids concepts and measurement techniques you could find in the geometry and measurement portion of the NMTA Mathematics assessment, which makes up 19% of the test. Use the lesson quizzes to introduce yourself to the format of the computer-administered NMTA Math exam. The assessment includes 150 multiple-choice questions and is given in a four-hour and fifteen-minute testing session.

7 Lessons in Chapter 41: NMTA Math: Geometric Solids
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