# Ch 37: ORELA Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons

This chapter uses fun, engaging video lessons to cover the parallel lines and polygons information you need to know for the ORELA certification assessment for math educators. Let our instructors know if you have any questions about parallel lines and polygons.

## ORELA Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons - Chapter Summary

This chapter uses accessible, appealing videos to make it fun to review the parallel lines and polygons concepts you're likely to be tested on as you sit for your ORELA Math exam. Lesson topics include:

• Transversal angles
• Parallel lines and proving lines are parallel
• Properties of regular polygons
• Parallel postulates
• Polygon area, diagonals, perimeter and angle measurements

Don't forget to take the short self-assessment after each lesson. These multiple-choice quizzes are designed to help you cement your understanding of the concepts through practice. If you need help, submit your questions via the dashboard feature.

### Objectives of the ORELA Math: Parallel Lines & Polygons Chapter

Measurement and geometry questions account for 19% of your ORELA Math assessment score. Use this chapter to review the parallel lines and polygons concepts you're likely to be tested on and to introduce yourself to the ORELA format - our lesson quizzes mimic the ORELA multiple-choice style.

You will also be tested on the following four areas, which are weighted as follows: patterns, algebra and functions (24%); math processes and number sense (19%); trigonometry and calculus (19%); and statistics, probability and discrete mathematics (19%). There will be approximately 150 items on the test, and you will have four hours and fifteen minutes to complete them all.

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