# Ch 58: MTEL Math: Limits

Going through the materials we have put together in this chapter is a great way to quickly prepare for the MTEL Math exam. You will be able to review and learn new things about limits.

## MTEL Math: Limits - Chapter Summary

Use these video lessons to quickly review information about the different types of limits, which will be covered on the MTEL Math exam. You will also be able to pick up skills, helping you define limits and use notation properly. Some information includes:

• Defining limits using a graph
• Using notation to understand limits
• One-sided limits and determining the limits of functions
• The Squeeze Theorem
• Limits and graphs

Our lessons are usually no more than 10 minutes long and are available anytime, on a computer or mobile device. There's also a text transcript of each lesson with key terms and concepts emphasized in bold type. If you have questions, use the ask-an-expert feature to get answers.

### MTEL Math: Limits Chapter Objectives

The goal of the MTEL Math exam is to help candidates get licensure to teach math in Massachusetts. Featuring multiple-choice and some open-response questions, this exam is going to assess your understanding of math-related content, such as limits and different theorems.

All of the content found in this chapter will be included on the subarea 5 section, which constitutes 16% of the entire test. In order to see if you are ready for this portion, use our self-assessment quizzes and end-of-chapter exam. They will let you truly know if you are picking up the right skills and knowledge to succeed on the exam.

6 Lessons in Chapter 58: MTEL Math: Limits
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