# Ch 19: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Polynomial Functions

This chapter's short video lessons can help make your study sessions with polynomial functions a success. Here, you will get the knowledge and practice you need to pass the relevant math portion of your Michigan Merit Exam.

## Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Polynomial Functions - Chapter Summary

If you've been having problems subtracting or dividing polynomials, you can use the video lessons in this chapter to help you. Use our quizzes to test how well you understand how to utilize the remainder theorem. Your study sessions with this chapter will assist you in your ability to answer the questions about the following on exam day:

• Ways to add and perform other operations with polynomial functions
• Variables and polynomials
• Long division with polynomials
• Synthetic division
• Definition of remainder theorem and factor theorem
• Rational zeroes theorem
• Example of the fundamental theorem
• Simple polynomial graphs
• Polynomial grafts and transformations
• Definition of the expressions in a binomial theorem

Please contact our instructors or experts if you have any questions about the lessons. Use the timeline if you need to go to different areas of the videos. You can also review the lessons by reading the video transcripts that contain helpful key terms.

### Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Polynomial Functions Objectives

One of four test components, the Algebra and Functions math section of the Michigan Merit exam could contain questions that will ask you to show your knowledge of how to create different polynomial functions. Once again, this chapter will help you answer that question. The math section of the Michigan Merit Exam includes 25 multiple-choice questions in all.

10 Lessons in Chapter 19: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Polynomial Functions
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