# Ch 20: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Rational Functions

Studying rational functions for the Michigan Merit Exam doesn't have to be a bore. Here, you can view short and interesting video lessons and quizzes that can help you to practice answering questions like the ones you will see on your exam.

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

Watch a short video lesson about how to find the reciprocal of a rational expression and graph a rational function. Test how well you understand how to use operations with rational functions by taking an end-of-the-lesson quiz. Together, this chapter's lessons and quizzes will help you learn and reinforce the information needed to answer Michigan Merit Exam questions about the following:

• Ways to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions
• Steps to find the answer to a rational equation
• Reciprocals of rational expressions
• Breaking down difficult rational expressions
• Graphs and rational functions

You can move through different parts of the videos by using the timeline. Video transcripts allow you to read the lessons. Each transcript contains terms in bold that make you aware of the specific terms that really need your focus. Let our experts or instructors know if you have any questions while moving through the chapter.

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

The math section of the Michigan Merit Exam that this chapter addresses is the Algebra and Functions section. The exam may ask you to demonstrate your ability to read graphs that contain rational functions and their symbols. Please note that the math section of the Michigan Merit Exam will contain approximately 25 multiple-choice questions to which you will have to provide the answers.

6 Lessons in Chapter 20: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Rational Functions
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