# Ch 41: MTEL Math: Similar Polygons

The MTEL Mathematics exam contains questions that deal with similar polygons. In order to be prepared for this type of material, you can look through the content in this engaging chapter.

## MTEL Math: Similar Polygons - Chapter Summary

Going through this chapter gives you the ability to expand on your knowledge of similar polygons and their characteristics. You will also be able to learn more about:

• Geometric mean
• Definition and examples of similar polygons
• Making similar polygons
• Similar triangles
• Characteristics of right triangles
• The Triangle Proportionality Theorem

One of our expert instructors will guide you through our brief video lessons to explain many of the intricate details about similar polygons that may appear on the MTEL Mathematics exam. If you need any extra assistance, you may reach out to our mathematicians and they will help as soon as they are able.

### MTEL Math: Similar Polygons - Chapter Objectives

In order to get a license in Massachusetts to teach math, you need to pass the MTEL Mathematics exam. It covers different math-related topics, such as similar polygons. Subject matter in this chapter will be on the subarea 3 portion of the exam, which makes up 19% of the entire test.

There will be multiple-choice questions that you will have to answer, which require you to analyze different geometric shapes. As you review each lesson, take note of what similar polygons look like and the properties they possess. Doing these things will help you fully prepare for the exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 41: MTEL Math: Similar Polygons
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