# Ch 14: PLACE Elementary Education: Computation

The engaging video lessons in this chapter offer an in-depth look at computation that can help you study for the PLACE Elementary Education assessment. Use the lessons to refresh your comprehension of real numbers, algorithms and more.

## PLACE Elementary Education: Computation - Chapter Summary

You can simplify the process of studying for the PLACE Elementary Education assessment by exploring the lessons in this chapter. Gain greater insight into computation so you're ready for the following on the exam:

• Demonstrating how to teach numeration and number sense to children
• Identifying different types of numbers and defining real numbers
• Performing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
• Detailing how to round numbers to the nearest 1,000, 10,000 and 100,000
• Defining an algorithm, translating words into math symbols, and solving math problems using estimation
• Analyzing mathematical terminology, concepts and notation, and turning words into math symbols
• Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing mentally

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### PLACE Elementary Education: Computation Chapter Objectives

The lessons in this chapter on computation prepare you for questions in the mathematics subarea of the PLACE Elementary Education assessment. You will be asked to share your knowledge of the development of number sense and use of number relationships. You can strengthen your knowledge by reviewing the lessons in their video or transcript formats. If you want to watch specific portions of the videos, use timelines with video tags that let you identify and jump to key topics. Test your comprehension of the lessons by taking self-assessment quizzes.

This PLACE assessment is designed to ensure educators are prepared to teach elementary students in Colorado classrooms. The tests typically consist of 100 multiple-choice questions and last four hours and 30 minutes. To pass, you must earn a minimum score of 220.

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