# Ch 17: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math

The state of Oregon uses an NES (National Evaluation Series) test for this particular educator licensure exam. Prepare for the Middle Grades Math test by watching these educational videos on money and consumer math. The self-paced lessons in this chapter can help you review the different types of coins, calculate compound interest, multiply money by whole numbers and more.

## NES Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter can help you prepare for consumer math-related questions on the NES Middle Grades Math certification test used in Oregon. The lessons provide an overview of different money-related math problems and equations, such as counting change, calculating commission and marking up a price. Some of the specific topics include:

• Coins
• Multiplying and dividing money amounts
• Making change
• Calculating commissions
• Mark ups
• Calculating tax and discounts
• Interest
• Determining shipping and tips
• Unit price

The informative videos in these lessons are taught by experienced instructors who present mathematical topics using graphics and real-life examples to help you remember important points. After watching these videos, you can complete the multiple-choice quizzes to make sure you have a firm understanding of the money-related vocabulary terms and formulas that can help you on test day.

### NES Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math Objectives

The middle grades mathematics educator licensure test is used to measure the knowledge and skills of applicants seeking endorsement for teaching basic math to middle school students in Oregon. It is a computer-based test that includes 150 multiple-choice questions; you have about four hours and fifteen minutes to complete it.

Test questions are pulled from four content areas; questions related to money and consumer math may be part of the number sense and operations area, which make up about 17% of the test questions. Prepare for questions on adding money amounts, making change and calculating interest through the video lessons and self-assessment quizzes in this chapter.

14 Lessons in Chapter 17: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math
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