Ch 34: THEA Test: Word Problems in Algebra

About This Chapter

In this brief chapter, you can watch short lessons to ease the process of studying for the THEA test in Texas. Strengthen your knowledge of word problems in algebra then test that knowledge by taking short lesson quizzes.

THEA Test: Word Problems in Algebra - Chapter Summary

Ensure you're prepared to answer questions related to word problems in algebra on the THEA test by reviewing the lessons in this chapter. In no time, you will be ready to:

  • Translate mathematical words to algebraic expressions
  • Exhibit how to solve one-step algebra equations in word problems
  • Showcase how to solve multi-step algebra equations in word problems

Gain access to expert instruction from your computer, or study on the go via mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. The step-by-step guidance offered in this chapter can ensure you fully comprehend word problems in algebra.

THEA Test: Word Problems in Algebra Objectives

Individuals interested in attending a public university or college in Texas might be required to take the THEA test to enter as a freshman. The exam is broken into three sections that test reading, mathematics and writing comprehension. Topics in this chapter are covered in the mathematics section, which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and requires a score of at least 230 to pass.

The resources in this chapter can prepare you for this section of the test by helping you review word problems in algebra. Afterwards, you may test your comprehension with short quizzes. You can utilize timelines located below the videos to skip to primary topics within corresponding lessons if you need to revisit concepts you don't fully understand.

Chapter Practice Exam
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