# Ch 24: THEA Test: Units of Measurement

Watch short video lessons to get a better grasp of units of measurement. You can use this comprehensive overview to enhance your preparations for the THEA test in Texas.

## THEA Test: Units of Measurement - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a variety of resources that can help strengthen your knowledge of units of measurement as you study for the THEA test. Reviewing the lessons will ensure that you can answer questions that address:

• Analyzing standard units of measurement for length, weight, time and capacity
• Converting standard units of measurement
• Performing basic operations with measurement
• Understanding the units and conversion of the metric system
• Knowing how to convert units in the metric system
• Taking measurements with scales, meters and gauges

You can review the videos from your computer or watch them on the go via your smartphone or tablet. Expert instructors provide you with the definitions and examples you need to fully understand and address units of measurement on the exam.

### THEA Test: Units of Measurement Chapter Objectives

The THEA test gauges the math, reading and writing comprehension of students interested in gaining admission to Texas public colleges and universities. This Units of Measurement chapter is designed to make studying for the test easier by highlighting topics that you'll find on the math section of the exam. This section consists of 50 multiple-choice questions that examine geometry, algebra, fundamental math and problem solving.

Feel better about your chances of earning a passing score of 230 or higher on the math section by reviewing the lessons. You can brush up on your knowledge of lesson concepts by watching this chapter's videos and reviewing its transcripts. To access questions similar in content and format to those on the test, take self-assessment quizzes and the chapter exam.

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