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Ch 22: TACHS: Square Roots

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Let us help you prepare for the TACHS test with expert instruction and short quizzes. This chapter provides the in-depth look at square roots you need to answer related questions on the exam.

TACHS: Square Roots - Chapter Summary

As you get ready to learn more about square roots in time for the TACHS test, you might find yourself revisiting concepts that were explained by your math teachers. You can simplify the process of reviewing related topics with video lessons that prepare you to:

  • Find the square root of a number
  • Evaluate the square roots of perfect squares
  • Simplify square roots when not perfect squares
  • Exhibit an ability to simplify expressions containing square roots

The lessons offer a quality overview of square roots that provides you with steps and examples you need to succeed on the exam. If you have any questions about lesson topics, our experts are ready to offer assistance.

TACHS: Square Roots Chapter Objectives

Students currently in the 8th grade who seek admission to a Catholic high school in the Diocese of Brooklyn/Queens or the Archdiocese of New York are required to take the TACHS test. The test is administered in November for attendance during the next school year. There are four sections on the multiple-choice test that explore math, reading, language and ability. The lessons in this chapter cover topics found in the math section.

Make studying for the test simple by reviewing the lessons in this chapter in their video form, or as full lesson transcripts with easily identifiable vocabulary words. Short quizzes and a chapter exam are also available that you can use to gauge how well you understand the lessons.

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