# Ch 41: ASVAB: Polynomials

Watch our helpful video lessons to review math topics like polynomials for the ASVAB exam. Take the accompanying brief quizzes and find out in an instant if you've nailed all the concepts.

## ASVAB: Polynomials- Chapter Summary

This carefully selected set of video lessons will help you review the basics of polynomials for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Our lessons include practice in all the following areas:

• Adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials
• Using the FOIL and area method to multiply binomials
• FOIL in reverse

Experienced instructors present our lessons with your needs in mind. You can view each video, pausing or going back whenever needed. There are also full transcripts, if you'd rather read the information or go back to review after watching the presentation. By taking the short, multiple-choice quiz that follows each lesson, in addition to the chapter test, you'll have an easy way to measure your progress. If you run into any questions not addressed in the lessons, you can always contact our subject-matter experts for additional input.

### Objectives of the ASVAB: Polynomials Chapter

The results of the complete ASVAB are used to determine the position for which you're best suited in the military. You can take either the computer-assisted or the pencil and paper version of the test. The ASVAB has two math sub-tests: Arithmetic Reasoning measures your ability to solve math word problems, and Mathematics Knowledge assesses your understanding of high school math principles. Our quizzes and chapter test will give you beneficial experience for the multiple-choice questions on the ASVAB.

5 Lessons in Chapter 41: ASVAB: Polynomials
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Chapter Practice Exam
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