Ch 17: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Quadratic Functions

Studying quadratic functions for the Michigan Merit Exam's math portion does not have to be boring. This chapter includes short and entertaining video lessons and quizzes that will help refresh your memory of the topics you will find on your exam.

Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Quadratic Functions - Chapter Summary

The video lessons in this Quadratic Functions chapter will enable you to brush up on your knowledge of the steps required to solve binomials. The quizzes that follow each chapter will test how well you know how to complete squares. In all, the mixture of video lessons and quizzes will help you refresh your understanding of the following items prior to taking the Michigan Merit Math Exam:

• Forms of parabolas
• Binomials, area method, the FOIL method and FOIL in reverse
• Squares
• Ways of factoring quadratic equations
• Non-standard forms of quadratic equations

As you move through the chapters, you can use the timeline to go directly to specific parts of the videos. If you answer any of your quiz questions incorrectly, you can click the 'Watch Answer' button to go directly to the relevant parts of the lessons. Video transcripts are also available if you would like to review the lessons that way. Let our experts or instructors know if you have any questions.

Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Quadratic Equations Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam tests your skills in 11th- and 12th-grade subject areas. This chapter of lessons and quizzes connects to the Algebra and Functions portion of the four-part Michigan Merit Math Exam. The section includes approximately 25 multiple-choice questions. You may also see questions about the rules for using exponential expressions and ways of solving inequalities.

7 Lessons in Chapter 17: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Quadratic Functions
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