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 Contents Mathematics Number Concepts and Computation Skills Word Problems Involving Integers, Fractions, or Decimals Interpret Information from a Graph, Table, or Chart 0019 Probability and Statistics Graph Numbers or Number Relationships One- and Two-Variable Equations Word Problems Involving One and Two Variables Algebraic Expressions Problems Involving Geometric Figures Apply Reasoning Skills Practice Math Tests Main Menu Exit Student Demo Buy Now for \$39.95 and begin using the entire course in less than two minutes

Mathematics Competencies Tested on the MTTC

The math test covers three major skill areas addressing one or more sub-skills. An outline showing these major skill areas and their sub-skills is shown below and on the left-hand side of the screen.

A. Fundamental Mathematics

• Use Number Concepts and Computation Skills

• Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions, Decimals, and Integers

• Using the Order of Operations to Solve Problems

• Solving Problems Involving Percents

• Performing Calculations Using Exponents and Scientific Notation

• Estimating Solutions to Problems

• Using the Concepts of "Less Than" and "Greater Than"
• Solve Word Problems Involving Integers, Fractions, or Decimals (including Percents, Ratios, and Proportions)

• Determining the Appropriate Operations to Solve Word Problems

• Solving Word Problems Involving Integers, Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Ratios, and Proportions
• Interpret Information from a Graph, Table, or Chart

• Interpreting Information in Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Pie Graphs, Pictographs, Tables, Charts, or Graphs of Functions

B. Algebraic Graphing, Equations, and Operations

• Graph Numbers or Number Relationships

• Identifying Points from their Coordinates, the Coordinates of Points, or Graphs of Sets of Ordered Pairs

• Identifying the Graphs of Equations or Inequalities

• Finding the Slopes and Intercepts of Lines

• Recognizing Direct and Inverse Variation Presented Graphically
• Solve One- and Two-Variable Equations

• Finding the Value of the Unknown in One-Variable Equations

• Expressing One Variable in Terms of a Second Variable in Two-Variable Equations

• Solving a System of Two Linear Equations in Two Variables
• Solve Word Problems Involving One and Two Variables

• Solving Word Problems that can be Translated into One-Variable Linear Equations or Systems of Two-Variable Linear Equations

• Identifying the Equation or Equations that Correctly Represent the Mathematical Relationship(s) in Word Problems
• Understand Operations with Algebraic Expressions

• Factoring Quadratics and Polynomials

• Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Polynomial Expressions

• Performing Basic Operations on and Simplifying Rational Expressions

C. Geometry and Reasoning

• Solve Problems Involving Geometric Figures

• Identifying the Appropriate Formula for Solving Geometric Problems

• Solving Problems Involving Two- and Three-Dimensional Geometric Figures

• Solving Problems Involving Right Triangles Using the Pythagorean Theorem
• Apply Reasoning skills

• Drawing Conclusions Using the Principles of Similarity, Congruence, Parallelism, and Perpendicularity

• Using Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

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