# Ch 17: WEST Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math

Watch these short, engaging video lessons to review money and consumer math problems. Doing so can help you to prepare for the WEST Middle Grades Math test.

## WEST Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math - Chapter Summary

The video lessons in this chapter reinforce your knowledge of key terms related to the solving of real world money and consumer math problems. The lessons cover the following information to help you ready yourself for the WEST Middle Grades Math test:

• Understanding the value of coins, making change and locating missing coins
• Addition and subtraction of monetary amounts
• How to multiply and divide money by whole numbers and decimals
• Calculation of sales commissions
• Steps to solving interest problems
• Understanding how to compound interest and calculate shipping and handling fees
• Calculating total and unit costs as well as taxes, discounts and tips
• Defining price mark ups

These videos, each less than 10 minutes long, offer a fun and effective way to study for the test. You may watch the video lessons as many times as you'd like. If you want to re-watch only a few main points, use video tags to jump to that section of the lesson. Take lessons quizzes to see how well you absorbed the materials presented by the instructors.

### WEST Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math Chapter Objectives

The state of Washington offers the WEST Middle Grades Math test to candidates seeking an endorsement to teach middle grades mathematics. The test consists of approximately 150 multiple-choice questions and is provided in a computer-based format. The chapter exam offered with our chapter on money and consumer math provides you an opportunity to answer multiple-choice questions about this subject, therefore, preparing you to correctly answer these types of questions on the test.

14 Lessons in Chapter 17: WEST Middle Grades Math: Money & Consumer Math
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