Ch 5: Praxis I Math: Algebraic Expressions

Let us help you prepare for the Praxis I Math exam by learning more about algebraic expressions. The video lessons and self-assessment quizzes you find in this chapter are designed to make sure that you're prepared to take the computerized pre-professional skills test in mathematics.

Praxis I Core Academic Math: Algebraic Expressions - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter can help you apply understanding of arithmetic to algebraic expressions, express relationships as algebraic expressions and much more. Other topics your video instructors will touch on include:

• Studying simple algebraic expressions
• Subtracting, adding, multiplying and dividing rational expressions
• Using algebraic and numeric expressions to solve real-life problems
• Utilizing properties of operations to create equivalent expressions
• Practicing with multiplying and dividing rational expressions

Each of these topics will be thoroughly discussed by your instructors as they help you to utilize the information on the actual test. In order to create a more stimulating learning experience, and to ensure that you're adequately prepared for the test, several learning approaches will be used throughout your lessons.

Praxis I Core Academic Math: Algebraic Expressions Course Objectives

The Praxis I Math test is designed to gauge the mathematical concepts and skills that an adult with a degree might need. The skills test concentrates on the most important mathematical concepts in addition to the individual's ability to reason in a quantitative context and solve problems.

This chapter's topics are intended to help you with the algebra section of the exam, which makes up roughly 20% of the full exam. Usually there are nine multiple-choice algebra questions on the Praxis I Math test, and you'll have 75 minutes to complete them. Additional items related to algebra that you'll be tested on for the skills test include equations, inequalities, patterns, algebraic reasoning and algebraic representations.

As you complete the self-assessment quizzes, you'll get a better idea of the types of questions you'll answer on the actual skills test. The quizzes are also a way for you to see how good you are at using the testing methods on the algebra portion of the test.

16 Lessons in Chapter 5: Praxis I Math: Algebraic Expressions
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