# Full Lesson

## The Writing Section of the HiSET

The Writing Section of the HiSET exam consists of a 45-minute “Extended Response” essay that assesses your writing skills. This test builds on the skills required in the English and reading tests by allowing you to demonstrate practical knowledge of the conventions of standard written English. You will be asked to read a pair of …

## The Writing Section of the TASC

The Writing Section of the TASC exam consists of a 45-minute “Extended Response” essay that assesses your writing skills. This test builds on the skills required in the English and reading tests by allowing you to demonstrate practical knowledge of the conventions of standard written English. You will be asked to read a pair of …

## The Writing Section of the GED

The Writing Section of the GED exam consists of a 45-minute “Extended Response” essay that assesses your writing skills. This test builds on the skills required in the English and reading tests by allowing you to demonstrate practical knowledge of the conventions of standard written English. You will be asked to read a pair of …

## Factors and Multiples

This lesson shows the relationship between factors and multiples of a number. In addition, it introduces prime and composite numbers and demonstrates how to use prime factorization to determine all the factors of a number. Factors of a Number Multiplication converts two or more factors into a product. A given number, however, may be the …

## The Nature of Motion

Introduction This lesson introduces the basics of motion and the application of simple physical principles and basic vector math to problems involving moving bodies. It culminates with an introduction to projectile motion and a presentation of Newton’s laws of motion, which summarize the classical view of physics. Nature of Motion The space that people perceive …

## Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data

This lesson discusses how to represent and interpret data for a dot plot, a histogram, and a box plot. It compares multiple sets of data by using the measures of center and spread and examines the impact of outliers. Representing Data on a Number Line There are two types of data: quantitative and categorical. Quantitative …

## Statistics & Probability: The Rules of Probability

This lesson explores a sample space and its outcomes and provides an introduction to probability, including how to calculate expected values and analyze decisions based on probability. Sample Space A sample space is the set of all possible outcomes. Using a deck of cards labeled 1–10, the sample space is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, …

## Statistical Measures

This lesson explores the different sampling techniques using random and non-random sampling. The lesson also distinguishes among different study techniques. In addition, it provides simulations that compare results with expected outcomes. Probability and Non-Probability Sampling A population includes all items within a set of data, while a sample consists of one or more observations from …

## Measurement and Dimension

This lesson applies the formulas of volume for cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres to solve problems. Volume of a Cylinder A cylinder is a three-dimensional figure with two identical circular bases and a rectangular lateral face. KEEP IN MIND The volume of a cylinder can be expressed in terms of π, and the volume is measured in cubic …

## Congruence

This lesson discusses basic terms for geometry. Many polygons have the property of lines of symmetry, or rotational symmetry. Rotations, reflections, and translations are ways to create congruent polygons. Geometry Terms The terms point, line, and plane help define other terms in geometry. A point is an exact location in space with no size and has a label with …

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