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Ch 17: THEA Test: Negative Numbers

About This Chapter

The short and engaging video lessons in this chapter are designed to enhance your preparations for the THEA test. Get reacquainted with negative numbers as you study for the Texas exam.

THEA Test: Negative Numbers - Chapter Summary

While preparing for the THEA test, you might find that you're running into topics you haven't reviewed in months or years. To ease the studying process, watch video lessons covering negative numbers. In no time, you'll be ready to:

  • Describe how negative numbers are ordered and appear on the number line
  • Show your ability to add and subtract negative numbers
  • Exhibit the process of multiplying and dividing negative numbers

Learn all you need to know about negative numbers with expert instruction that is presented in fun videos with entertaining visual effects. You can watch the videos as often as needed to feel confident that you fully understand lesson concepts.

THEA Test: Negative Numbers Chapter Objectives

As a student preparing to enter your freshman year in a Texas public college or university, you might have to take the THEA test to show you have the skills needed to succeed in higher education. The test has three sections that focus on reading, math and writing. Topics covered in this Negative Numbers chapter are found in the math section, which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions that examine fundamental math, algebra, geometry and problem solving abilities.

Passing the math section of the computer-based test requires earning a score of at least 230. To get closer to meeting this goal, you can watch video lessons and access full transcripts with very helpful vocabulary words. Also, utilize timelines located below the videos if you want to review to key topics within the lessons.

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