Ch 12: ORELA Math: Linear Equations

The state of Oregon now administers the National Evaluation Series (NES) test for teacher certification instead of the ORELA Math test. Explore topics related to linear equations in this chapter, then answer those kinds of questions on the test.

ORELA Math: Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

Use these math lessons to review and expand what you know about linear equations. Watch online videos that cover some of the terms and definitions you need to know to pass the ORELA Math examination. You'll strengthen your knowledge of the rules for writing linear equations, and you'll explore techniques for graphing systems of equations. The videos are designed to assist you in:

• Describing the different forms of linear equations
• Defining slopes and locating the slopes and intercepts of lines
• Distinguishing between and graphing zero and undefined slope
• Using point slope formula
• Reviewing the rules for translating one-step equations and for solving multiple-step equations
• Using the addition and multiplication principles when solving equations
• Identifying and collecting like terms
• Determining which problems have no answers and which have infinite solutions

These and other concepts are examined throughout these brief video lessons, which are taught by experienced instructors. The information is entertaining as well as educational, and it is designed to help you answer the linear equations questions you'll find on the ORELA Math examination. Watch the videos, ask questions of the instructors or refer to the text transcripts as necessary. Each lesson is followed by a self-assessment quiz that measures your retention.

11 Lessons in Chapter 12: ORELA Math: Linear Equations
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