# Ch 55: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Sets

Prepare for questions on sets on the ORELA Middle Grades Math exam with this chapter of engaging video lessons. There are also complementary quizzes to help you review math concepts on sets, subsets and categorical propositions.

## ORELA Middle Grades Math: Sets - Chapter Summary

These videos are taught by experienced instructors who present the properties and steps for solving problems with sets such as elements, intersections and unions. Watch the video lessons to prepare for ORELA Middle Grades Math exam questions on:

• Types of mathematical sets and subsets
• Cardinality
• Cartesian product
• Venn diagrams
• Categorical propositions

These video lessons are designed to help you brush up on the topics covered on this teacher licensing exam. The videos present key math topics in an entertaining way with graphics and real-life examples, and supplementary transcripts and multiple-choice quizzes are available to help reinforce the concepts and help familiarize you with the test format.

### ORELA Middle Grades Math: Sets Objectives

The ORELA Middle Grades Math exam is a four hour and 15 minute test that includes 150 multiple-choice questions. The test includes questions from multiple domain areas within math, and the topics covered in this chapter are covered within the statistics, probability and discrete mathematics domain. This domain area makes up about 25% of the test questions and may ask you apply set theories to solve problems. You can use the lessons in this chapter to prepare for questions on sets, subsets and more, as well as use the short quizzes to practice for test day.

6 Lessons in Chapter 55: ORELA Middle Grades Math: Sets
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