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Ch 16: THEA Test: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions

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Enhance your studies for the THEA test by watching short and engaging video lessons. Rediscover your ability to simplify whole number expressions and increase your chances of succeeding on the exam.

THEA Test: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a comprehensive overview of the process of simplifying whole number expressions that can make studying for the THEA test easier. Review the short videos so you're ready for:

  • Simplifying and combining like terms in algebraic expressions that use addition
  • Combining like terms to simplify subtraction expressions
  • Exhibiting how to simplify multiple expressions with both numbers and variables in them
  • Showing the process of simplifying division problems with both numbers and letters in them
  • Displaying how to simplify expressions with parentheses and exponents

As you get reacquainted with these topics, utilize the resources in this chapter to ensure you absorb the materials. In addition to benefiting from expert instruction, you can reach out to tutors with questions about the lessons.

THEA Test: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions Chapter Objectives

The THEA test is designed to make sure students who are planning to enter their freshman years in Texas public colleges and universities are skilled in reading, mathematics and writing subjects. The topics in this chapter prepare you for questions found in the test's math section, which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions.

The exam is known as an Internet-Based Test (IBT), which means it is only taken on the computer. You can practice answering questions that are similar to those on the test by taking our short lesson quizzes. Using the lessons, quizzes and chapter exam for your test preparations can improve your chances of earning the math section's minimum passing score of 230.

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