Ch 31: THEA Test: Graphing Linear Equations

Through this chapter, you can brush up on your ability to graph linear equations as you study to take the THEA test in Texas. Review short videos and take self-assessment quizzes to gauge your comprehension of the subject matter.

THEA Test: Graphing Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

The video lessons are designed to simplify the process of preparing for the THEA test by helping you get reacquainted with the graphing of linear equations. In no time, you'll be ready to answer questions that address the following:

• Defining a linear equation, and examining intercepts and standard form
• Writing linear equations and graphing functions
• Understanding abstract algebra examples of linear equations and going from a graph to a rule
• Making the distinctions between linear, increasing, decreasing, positive and negative functions
• Finding and applying the slope and intercepts of lines
• Knowing how to graph undefined slope and zero slope
• Exploring the use of the distance and midpoint formulas

Instructors make a special effort to keep you engaged as you review the lessons in this chapter. They provide you with definitions, formulas and other details you need to better understand the graphing of linear equations while presenting the materials in a fun and entertaining fashion.

THEA Test: Graphing Linear Equations Objectives

This chapter helps you review topics you will be required to address in the mathematics section of the THEA test. To help you refresh your knowledge of linear equations, you can review the lessons as videos and written transcripts. Short quizzes are available to gauge how well you understand lesson concepts. If you answer any quiz questions incorrectly, simply click the link next to the answer to revisit the related topic in the video lesson.

The THEA test is designed to ensure that individuals interested in entering a Texas public college or university are prepared to perform at the freshman level. The test is broken into three sections with the mathematics section consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions that explore fundamental mathematics, problem solving techniques, geometry and algebra. Passing this section of the test requires earning a minimum score of 230.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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