# Ch 29: MTEL Math: Higher-Degree Polynomial Functions

In order to fully comprehend higher-degree polynomial functions, you can take a look at this chapter. It contains materials that will help you prepare correctly for the MTEL Math exam.

## MTEL Math: Higher-Degree Polynomial Functions - Chapter Summary

Get a handle on various math concepts before taking the MTEL Math exam. Specifically, you can review different higher-degree polynomial functions by looking through these engaging lessons. They will help you improve upon your understanding of:

• Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing polynomials
• Polynomial graphs and their characteristics
• Using long and synthetic division to divide polynomials
• Strategies for working with higher-degree polynomials as well as those with several variables
• Factoring polynomials and using the remainder theorem
• Finding rational zeros
• The fundamental theorem of algebra

Since all of our content is designed to be engaging, holding onto information about polynomial functions is less difficult. Picking up strategies to work with these functions is also possible through this chapter.

### MTEL Math: Higher-Degree Polynomial Functions Chapter Objectives

If you are seeking a license in Massachusetts as an educator, you need to pass the MTEL Math exam. It contains different subareas, and the content included in this chapter is on Subarea 2. This portion comprises 23% of the entire test, and contains multiple-choice questions and possibly open-response questions.

While going through the helpful lessons in this chapter, try to recollect details about working with polynomial functions. This information will come in handy on the exam, which will ask you to divide, add, subtract and multiply different polynomial functions.

10 Lessons in Chapter 29: MTEL Math: Higher-Degree Polynomial Functions
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