# Ch 13: WEST Math: Inequalities

This chapter presents short, engaging lessons to help you review the inequalities concepts you'll likely encounter on the WEST certification exam for math teachers. Use the quizzes to practice using the ideas you've covered and pinpoint where additional study is necessary.

## WEST Math: Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Use the entertaining videos in this chapter to master the inequalities concepts you'll need to be successful on the WEST certification assessment for mathematics. As you work through the chapter, you will cover:

• Processes for solving linear inequalities
• How to graph inequalities with different numbers of variables
• Set notation
• Systems and types of inequalities
• How to graph and solve quadratic inequalities

Video transcripts highlight key terms and ideas, making it easy to locate important information. If you have any questions about the inequalities concepts presented, don't hesitate to reach out to our instructors for help.

### Objectives of the WEST Math: Inequalities Chapter

The WEST certification assessment for math educators is a four hour and fifteen minute, computer-administered test of 150 questions spanning five content domains: mathematical processes and number sense questions (accounting for 19% of your score); patterns, algebra and functions (24%); measurement and geometry (19%); trigonometry and calculus (19%); and statistics, probability and discrete mathematics (19%).

Use the engaging videos in this chapter to study the important inequalities concepts you need to know for the assessment. As you work through the lesson quizzes, you'll gain practice using the material, but you'll also get the opportunity to practice answering questions in the WEST format.

8 Lessons in Chapter 13: WEST Math: Inequalities
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Chapter Practice Exam
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