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Ch 37: THEA Test: Two-Variable Equations & Systems of Equations

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Study for the THEA test with the help of the short and engaging video lessons in this chapter. You can get reacquainted with two-variable equations and systems of equations, then test what you've reviewed by taking self-assessment quizzes.

THEA Test: Two-Variable Equations & Systems of Equations - Chapter Summary

Expert instructors in this chapter can help you gain greater insight into two-variable equations and systems of equations as you prepare to take the THEA test. Review the lessons to make sure you're able to answer questions that address:

  • Understanding the process of solving and graphing two-variable inequalities
  • Explaining the meaning and use of a system of equations
  • Grasping how to use a system of equations
  • Solving a system of linear equations in two variables
  • Analyzing how to solve systems of linear equations in two variables using determinants

Decide which lessons you need to review most by exploring the right-hand sidebar or taking each lesson's self-assessment quiz. Afterward, you can watch the videos in the order that works best for your studies.

THEA Test: Two-Variable Equations & Systems of Equations Objectives

This chapter provides the resources you need to address topics in the mathematics section of the THEA test. This section consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and is scored separately from the writing and reading sections. You can use the lessons in this chapter to brush up on your knowledge of two-variable equations and systems of equations. Once you've reviewed the lessons, you can gauge your readiness to take the test with short quizzes and a chapter exam.

As a student seeking admission to a Texas public college or university, you might be required to take the THEA test to prove your ability to perform as an incoming freshman. Passing the reading and mathematics sections of the test requires earning minimum scores of 230, while passing the writing section requires a minimum score of 220.

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