# Ch 26: SHSAT Math: The Coordinate Graph

We can help you review information on how to use number lines and the coordinate graphs in preparing for these types of questions on the math section of the SHSAT. Our video lessons and quizzes offer several tools to boost your SHSAT studies.

## SHSAT Math: The Coordinate Graph - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to refresh your understanding of how number lines and graphs work as you prepare for the math portion of the SHSAT. These videos may help you tackle test questions related to:

• Identifying points on a number line
• Adding and subtracting on a number line
• Naming parts of a graph
• Plotting points on a coordinate plane

We provide a variety of ways to help you succeed on the SHSAT. All our lessons are taught by experts in the field, and you can submit questions if you run into a problem. There's a video timeline with links leading back to the lesson and a written transcript with key topics highlighted so you'll understand what's important.

### SHSAT Math: The Coordinate Graph Chapter Objectives

Taking the SHSAT is one of the admission steps when applying to New York City's specialized high schools. The test is divided into a verbal section and a mathematics section. There are 50 questions on the math section, all multiple-choice word and computation problems. Our lesson quizzes offer a chance to practice answering questions in this format and also allow you to assess your learning and see where extra review is required.

3 Lessons in Chapter 26: SHSAT Math: The Coordinate Graph
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