# Ch 17: PLACE Elementary Education: Equalities & Inequalities

Use the engaging videos in this chapter to prepare for the PLACE Elementary Education exam. This chapter takes am in-depth look at equalities and inequalities in math.

## PLACE Elementary Education: Equalities and Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Review some of the math topics that you'll encounter on the PLACE Elementary Education exam though these videos that go over the properties and principles involved in mathematical equality and inequality. These lessons provide a detailed and efficient review of:

• The transitive, addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction properties of equality
• Defining inequality
• The order of real numbers
• Inequalities with decimals
• Compound and triangle inequality
• System of inequalities
• Translating math sentences to inequalities
• Graphing inequalities

The practice quizzes at the end of each lesson give you the opportunity to verify your mastery of the content before moving on to the next topic, and, if you get an answer wrong, the quiz will provide a link back to the point of the lesson dealing with the topic. If you find you're still struggling, you can ask our professional instructors questions using the help tab.

### PLACE Elementary Education: Equalities and Inequalities Chapter Objectives

The PLACE Elementary Education test measures the aptitude of potential elementary school instructors in the state of Colorado. The material in this chapter will assist you when it comes to the mathematics part of the test, which includes questions on the terminology and concepts discussed within these lessons. Use these videos on mathematical equality and inequality to give you an advantage on test day.

13 Lessons in Chapter 17: PLACE Elementary Education: Equalities & Inequalities
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