Ch 35: ORELA Math: Properties of Triangles

Watch these fun-sized video lessons to review the triangle properties that educators are expected to master for ORELA certification. Video transcripts pinpoint key terms and ideas, and they provide an excellent additional resource for those who want to pass the ORELA Math exam.

ORELA Math: Properties of Triangles - Chapter Summary

These engaging, brief videos are designed to help educators master the triangle properties they're likely to be tested on as they work through the ORELA Math certification assessment. As you navigate the resources in this chapter, you'll review:

• Basic triangle properties and classifications
• Perimeter and area of triangles and rectangles
• Interior and exterior angles, median, altitude and angle bisectors
• Concurrent lines and dilations
• The Pythagorean theorem

Reach out to our instructors for guidance if you get stuck or confused. Make sure to take each of the multiple-choice lesson quizzes to test yourself on triangle properties and other information you've covered.

Objectives of the ORELA Math: Properties of Triangles Chapter

You'll need to know about triangle properties for the Measurement and Geometry portion of the ORELA Math certification assessment, which accounts for 19% of your score. Equally weighted are Math Processes and Number Sense; Trigonometry and Calculus; and Statistics, Probability and Discrete Mathematics. The final area of competency you will be tested on is Patterns, Algebra and Functions, which accounts for 24% of your score.

These short videos cover the triangle-related concepts you are expected to know for the Measurement and Geometry content area. You will have four hours and fifteen minutes to answer all 150 multiple-choice questions on the computer-based exam.

11 Lessons in Chapter 35: ORELA Math: Properties of Triangles
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