# Ch 43: MTTC Math (Secondary): Graphing Derivatives & L'Hopital's Rule

Add to what you've already learned about graphing derivatives and L'Hopital's rule when you watch the online video lessons in this chapter. Use the lessons to review the topics while you prepare to sit for the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Graphing Derivatives and L'Hopital's Rule - Chapter Summary

Discover how much you remember about calculating derivatives and using L'Hopital's rule by watching these online video lessons. Expand your comprehension of extreme values and revisit the rules for determining the equation of a normal line. While preparing you for the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination, this chapter could help you with:

• Graphing the derivative of functions
• Understanding non-differentiable graphs as well as concavity and inflection points
• Using differentiation and calculating a graph's maximum and minimum values
• Identifying concave up and concave down
• Describing the process of data mining
• Defining and applying L'Hopital's rule

Instructors with years of mathematics experience present the material in these video lessons. Short and concise, the videos are thorough and allow for self-paced review. You could receive the benefit of the written transcripts, the clickable links for key terms and the self-assessment quizzes that follow all of the lessons.

### MTTC Math (Secondary) Graphing Derivatives and L'Hopital's Rule Objectives

The MTTC Math (Secondary) examination is comprised of four sections. The Mathematical Processes and Number Concepts; Patterns, Algebraic Relationships and Functions; Measurement and Geometry; and Data Analysis, Statistics, Probability and Discrete Mathematics sections are equal to 22%, 28%, 22% and 28% of the examination score, respectively. When you demonstrate your understanding of derivatives and L'Hopital's rule on the examination, you could qualify for a mathematics teaching endorsement in Michigan.

There are two ways to take this examination: by paper or by computer. Teaching certification candidates who choose the paper-based examination have up to four hours and 30 minutes to answer 80 multiple-choice questions. Those who opt to take the computer-administered examination will have two hours and 30 minutes to answer the same number of multiple-choice questions.

11 Lessons in Chapter 43: MTTC Math (Secondary): Graphing Derivatives & L'Hopital's Rule
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