Ch 14: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Decimals

Review the basics of decimals. This chapter uses video lessons and quizzes to present an overview of working with decimal numbers in order to help you prepare for the ORELA Middle Grades Math exam.

ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Decimals - Chapter Summary

These lessons provide a basic review of working with figures that include a point somewhere in the number. You can use the lessons in this chapter to prepare for test questions about the following:

• Using decimals
• Decimal place values
• Word names for decimal figures
• Ordering decimal numbers

Our instructors are subject-matter experts who present the lessons through entertaining videos that include easy-to-understand examples and illustrations. You can also use the lesson quizzes and end-of-chapter exam to practice for test day.

ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Decimals - Chapter Objectives

The ORELA Middle Grades Math test is used to assess prospective teachers for licensing in the state of Oregon. The computer-based test includes questions on number sense and operations, statistics, probability, geometry, algebra and more. The topics in this chapter on decimals are generally part of the test's section on number sense and operations, which makes up 17% of the 150 multiple-choice questions, although you may encounter questions that include decimal figures in other test sections as well. Specifically, this chapter may help you prepare for questions on analyzing place values and estimating.

4 Lessons in Chapter 14: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Introduction to Decimals
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