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## NYSTCE Mathematics CST Practice Test Questions

### Number and Quantity

The Number and Quantity section, or more commonly known as basic math, tests your ability use of numbers, differentiate between representations of numbers, and the associations between numbers. Also, understand mathematical operations, the relationship between operations.

**Questions may also include:**

● Scientific notation

● Factorials

● Create strategies solve problems

● Expressions with exponents or radicals

● Absolute value

● Improvise and use mathematical strategies

### Practice

Scientific Notation – Practice Questions and Tutorial

Exponents and Radicals – 10 Questions

Square Root – 10 Questions

Fractions, Decimals and Percent – 14 Questions

Basic Math – 10 questions

Basic Math 2 – 10 questions

Word Problems – Tutorial

Percent – 18 questions

Fractions, Percent and Decimals – 14 questions

Order of Operation – 6 questions

### Algebra

Understand the creation, interpretation, and manipulation of algebraic expressions and equations, and uses them to model and solve mathematical and real-world problems.

**Questions include: **

- Solve binomials and polynomials
- Linear equations with 1 and 2 variables
- Solve Quadratics
- Rates and proportional relationships
- Arithmetic and geometric sequences

### Practice

Quadratics – 5 questions and tutorial

Algebra – 7 questions

Solve one variable linear equations – 5 Questions with tutorial

Solve two variable linear equations – 5 questions

Solve quadratic using different methods – 5 questions

Functions Practice

Inverse Functions Practice

Graphing Polynomials

Multiply Matrix Problems

Real world problems with ratio, proportion, direct, inverse and joint variations

### Functions

Functions are algebraic expressions where one quantity depends on another.

**Questions include:**

- Domain, intercepts, rate of change, end behavior and periodicity
- Use different representations to analyze functions including linear, quadratic, radical, rational, piecewise, absolute value, exponential and logarithmic
- Arithmetic and geometric sequences
- Solve trigonometric equations and solve trigonometric functions
- Solve exponential functions

### Practice

Trigonometry – 5 questions

Logarithms – 6 questions

Algebraic sequences – Tutorial and Practice Questions

### Geometry and Measurement

Understand the characteristics and properties of figures, planes and solids. Understand coordinate geometry and spatial reasoning. Understand measurement systems, and use measurement tools and estimation.

**Questions include:**

- Angle of lines in given equations or graphics
- Characteristics of relationships between lines
- Calculate measurements indirectly from scale drawings
- Use the Pythagorean Theorem
- Geometric transformations
- Perimeter, circumference, area and/or volume
- Relations between similar figures

### Practice

Basic Geometry – Area, perimeter, volume and circumstance – 9 questions

Pythagorean Geometry

### Statistics and Probability

Describe, interpret and make predictions from data. Data can be presented as graphics, tables, plots or lists. Understand concepts of probability including simple and compound events.

**Questions include:**

- Examine probabilistic data
- Make deductions based on the data given in tables and graphics
- Make predictions based on statistical data
- Combinations and permutations
- Measures of central tendency and dispersion
- Simple compound probability

## Practice Test Questions for the NYSTCE Mathematics CST (004)

NYSTCE Mathematics 6 - 12 Practice Test Questions Prepared by our Dedicated Team of Experts! Practice Test Questions for: Number and Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Calculus, Geometry and Measurement, Statistics and ProbabilityOrder PDF Download Version - PDF Download Version Version. Download after purchase. No shipping! No Waiting!

**Written by**, Brian Stocker MA., Complete Test Preparation Inc.

**Date Published:**Saturday, November 24th, 2018

**Date Modified:**Monday, July 6th, 2020