# Ch 19: THEA Test: Properties of Basic Math

Boost your knowledge of the properties of basic math with the comprehensive lessons in this chapter. Watching the fun videos can help you get closer to earning a passing score on the THEA test.

## THEA Test: Properties of Basic Math - Chapter Summary

Studying for the THEA can feel a bit overwhelming at times, which is why it's good to refresh your knowledge of as many test topics as possible. In this chapter, you can rediscover the properties of basic math so you're ready to address the following:

• Understanding the commutative and associative properties of algebra
• Examining the multiplication property of zero
• Defining and understanding the uses of the distributive property
• Analyzing the addition and subtraction properties of equality
• Solving problems using the multiplication, division and transitive properties of equality

Expert instructors offer step-by-step guidance to ensure you understand the definitions and mathematical operations associated with the properties of basic math. Watch the videos in any order and as often as you'd like until you absorb the concepts.

### THEA Test: Properties of Basic Math Objectives

The properties of basic math topics covered in this chapter are found in the math section of the computer-based THEA test. You can watch the video lessons and take self-assessment quizzes in this chapter to prepare for the 50 multiple-choice questions you'll need to answer in this section, which is one of three total. Doing so will get you closer to earning a passing math score of at least 230 and showing you're ready to enter as a freshman at a public college or university in Texas.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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