Ch 20: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Graphing Functions

Use the short video lessons and quizzes in this course to help you prepare for the ORELA Middle Grades Mathematics test questions on graphing functions.

ORELA Middle Grades Math: Graphing Functions - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter provide an overview on determining the shapes of functions in preparation for the ORELA Middle Grades Math exam. Review the traits, applications and formulas related to graphing functions through our lessons that cover:

• Plotting points
• Identifying traits of functions
• Finding slope
• Determining line intercepts
• Point-slope formula
• The distance and midpoint formulas
• Parabolas
• Graphing polynomials

The lessons in this chapter include 5-10 minute videos that use examples and fun graphics to review concepts in graphing, identifying slope and finding the midpoint of a function. You can also use the multiple-choice quizzes to make sure you understand key concepts and are ready for test day.

ORELA Middle Grades Math: Graphing Functions Objectives

The ORELA Middle Grades Mathematics exam is used as a licensing exam for those who wish to teach basic math to middle school students. The test covers topics in a wide range of content areas, including math operations, algebra, geometry and statistics. The properties of functions in graphs are covered within the algebra and functions content area, which form about 33% of the test questions. This test is entirely computer based and includes 150 questions. You'll have four hours and fifteen minutes to complete this exam.

10 Lessons in Chapter 20: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Graphing Functions
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