# Ch 40: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Lines

Refresh your knowledge of the properties of lines and geometric constructions with the lessons in this chapter. Watch engaging videos and use the self-assessment quizzes to prepare for the ORELA Middle Grades Math exam.

## ORELA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Lines - Chapter Summary

This lesson is designed to prepare you for questions on the properties of lines, angles and geometric constructions that may appear on the ORELA Middle Grades Math teacher certification exam. Some particular topics in this lesson include the following:

• Line segments and rays
• Observational and field research
• Reflecting shapes
• 2-dimension shapes
• Lines of symmetry
• Graphing translations, reflections and rotations
• Rotating shapes
• Distance formulas

You can use the text transcripts and video lessons to review these concepts and check your understanding prior to test day. You can use the embedded video tags to go back to any parts in the video lesson that may need more review.

### ORELA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Lines Objectives

The ORELA Middle Grades Math test is made up of 150 multiple-choice questions that assess your familiarity in a variety of math content areas. The topics covered within this chapter on lines can be found within the measurement and geometry section, which makes up 25% of the test. This chapter prepares you to answer questions on the properties of points, lines, angles and planes, and the multiple-choice quizzes can help you visualize how some of the test questions may appear.

11 Lessons in Chapter 40: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Lines
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