TEAS 6 Skills and Concepts, number skills part 1:Basic math

Concepts you need to know to answer the basic math question on the TEAS 6
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1,861 students
TEAS 6 Skills and Concepts, number skills part 1:Basic math
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (37 ratings)
1,861 students
Understand the basic math on the TEAS 6 exam
Convert among non-negative fractions, decimals, and percents
perform arithmetic operations with rational numbers
Compare and order rational numbers

Requirements

  • Must be able to perform operations with whole numbers
  • Know place value
  • Prime factors and divisablity rules in order to reduce fractions

Description

This course is for students who are planning to take the TEAS 6 or are trying to get a better score and need help with basic math.

This course will go through the basic math concepts you need to know for the test. You will need to know the following:

Operations with whole numbers

prime factorization

how to reduce a fraction

The course will follow the following ATI TEAS 6 objectives for the math portion of the TEAS 6 Test:

Convert among non-negative fractions, decimals, and percents

Perform arithmetic operations with rational numbers

Compare and order rational numbers


**** See my other courses for more ATI TEAS 6 math objectives!

Who this course is for:

  • Pre-Nursing students struggleing with the math on the TEAS 6 exam

Course content

5 sections • 34 lectures • 3h 19m total length
  • Welcome
    02:13

Instructor

Prime Education Learning Center
Thunder FOX
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For the past 4 years I have worked at Southern WV Community and Technical College as the Program Coordinator of the Learning Center on all of our campuses and sites. Our college is known for its nursing program and much of my time is devoted to help students prepare for the entrance exam (TEAS 6). I also tutor math, Science, English, any computer science or information technology courses, any electrical engineering courses, any business courses, and lastly drug dosage courses. I also Adjunct developmental math at the college.