Ch 32: NMTA Middle Grades Math: The Coordinate Graph

About This Chapter

New Mexico now administers a National Evaluation Series (NES) examination rather than the NMTA Middle Grades Math examination. Refresh your memory of the coordinate graph by viewing this chapter's lessons, then answer related test questions.

NMTA Middle Grades Math: The Coordinate Graph - Chapter Summary

Review the steps necessary for showing the correlation between numbers when you watch this chapter's educational videos on the coordinate graph. As you are getting ready to sit for the NMTA Middle Grades Math examination, you'll re-discover the rules for locating points on the number line and for identifying its various parts. Allow these video lessons to assist you with:

  • Illustrating a number line and plotting numbers on it
  • Describing the parts of a graph
  • Understanding the Cartesian coordinate plane and calculating the distance between points
  • Identifying ordered pairs

Your submitted questions on the coordinate graph and like topics will be answered by math experts. The video instructors make the learning process enjoyable while helping you recall information you've previously studied. The lessons are interactive, so you can review whenever and wherever it's convenient and still maintain your work schedule. Use the lesson quizzes to assess your grasp of the concepts and your readiness to take the NMTA Middle Grades Math examination.

NMTA Middle Grades Math - The Coordinate Graph Objectives

Your understanding of the coordinate plane can be evaluated when you take the Measurement and Geometry section of the computer-based NMTA Middle Grades Math examination. This third section of the four-part test is equal to 25% of the entire score. You'll have up to four hours and fifteen minutes to answer 150 multiple-choice questions as you pursue a mathematics endorsement to your New Mexico teaching certificate.

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