Ch 12: Praxis Mathematics: Radicals Operations

Use this chapter's video lessons and quizzes to study methods for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing radical expressions. Prepare to answer these types of questions on the Praxis Mathematics exam.

Praxis Mathematics: Radicals Operations - Chapter Summary

Prepare for Praxis Mathematics exam questions on number theory and algebra with this chapter's video lessons. Instructors show you how to do the following with algebraic expressions containing square roots:

• Add and subtract with radical notation
• Multiply radical expressions with two or more terms
• Multiply and simplify radical expressions
• Rationalize denominators in radical expressions
• Use the quotient rule to divide radical expressions

Our chapter on radicals operations uses entertaining video lessons to walk you through problem-solving steps. Additional resources include transcripts with links to text lessons that take a closer look at key mathematics terminology. There are also multiple-choice quizzes you can use to track your progress.

Praxis Mathematics: Radicals Operations Objectives

The Praxis Mathematics exam is used by some state licensing agencies to assess the subject area knowledge of aspiring secondary school math teachers. There are 50 multiple-choice questions in all, and you'll be given two hours to complete the exam, which is available in paper- and computer-based formats.

The test is divided into ten content domains, one of which includes around eight questions on algebra and number theory. Lessons and quizzes in this chapter can help you prepare for questions that require an ability to perform basic arithmetic operations with algebraic expressions that include radicals.

6 Lessons in Chapter 12: Praxis Mathematics: Radicals Operations
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