# Ch 16: TABE Math - Grade 5: Measurement & Data

This chapter teaches fifth grade-level mathematical principles of measurement and data. Use these video lessons to explore the subjects, then take self-assessment quizzes to test your knowledge before taking the TABE exam.

## TABE Math - Grade 5: Measurement and Data - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter cover concepts relating to measurement and data typically taught in the fifth grade. Look through the lessons while you prepare for the TABE Math exam. Topics covered in the chapter include refraction, Snell's Law and the properties of waves. By the end of this chapter, you should know more about:

• The definition of a prism
• Refraction
• Calculating the area and volume of a prism
• Rectangular prisms

Experienced instructors present each concept thoroughly. You can revisit key points in the video lessons using the jump feature under the Timeline tab. Test your understanding using the corresponding self-assessment quizzes.

### TABE Math - Grade 5: Measurement and Data Objectives

The TABE exam can be administered for a variety of purposes, including as preparation for the GRE exam, or entrance into the workforce. It is a comprehensive test used in adult basic skills assessment. The exam measures student competency in all major subject areas, including reading, mathematics computation, applied mathematics, language, language mechanics, vocabulary and spelling. The content found in this Grade 5: Measurement and Data chapter of the math study guide is included in the mathematics computation section, which makes up about 18% of the full-length TABE exam. This test can be administered in a paper-and-pencil format or a computer-based format, and it is a multiple-choice exam.

3 Lessons in Chapter 16: TABE Math - Grade 5: Measurement & Data
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