Ch 26: NMTA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions

About This Chapter

In New Mexico, the NMTA Middle Grades Mathematics test has been replaced by the National Evaluation Series Middle Grades Mathematics test. The fun video lessons in this chapter can familiarize you with writing algebraic expressions to ensure you are prepared to take the NES Middle Grades Mathematics test.

NMTA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

This chapter on writing algebraic expressions offers you the tools you'll need to address similar questions on your NES Middle Grades Mathematics test. By watching the video lessons, you learn specifics of this topic so you'll feel prepared to answer questions on the exam related to:

  • Translating an addition statement into an algebraic expression
  • Understanding how to translate a subtraction statement into an algebraic expression
  • Performing the function of translating a multiplication statement into an algebraic expression
  • Getting the gist of translating a division statement into an algebraic expression

This chapter's video lessons are presented by instructors who offer the methods you'll need to successfully write algebraic expressions when taking the exam. The lessons are engaging and entertaining, which helps you enjoy the learning process while ensuring you fully comprehend the materials.

Objectives of the NMTA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions Chapter

The NES Middle Grades Mathematics test assesses your knowledge of the subject area to gauge your readiness to teach in the classroom and secure your teaching license in New Mexico. The topics covered in the NMTA Middle Grades Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions chapter are located in the algebra and functions section of the exam, which constitutes about 33% of the total test. The video lessons presented in this chapter teach you the specifics of writing algebraic expression so you'll feel prepared to tackle this portion of the exam. You can also take self-assessment quizzes to test your knowledge of the materials and answer questions similar to those found on the exam.

All of the questions on the assessment are multiple choice and typically take the form of sentences, short paragraphs and questions. There may also be illustrations, graphs or diagrams to help illustrate concepts or solve word problems. The questions are followed by a set of four answers. You'll be required to choose one of the four as the best answer to the question posed.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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