# Ch 27: MTTC Math (Secondary): Linear Equations

Before you take the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) exam, watch these lesson videos and complete the accompanying quizzes to improve your understanding of the components of linear equations, graphing linear equations and writing linear equations.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter have been compiled to aid in your review of linear equations and the steps used to write and graph them. Watch the lesson videos to prepare for questions on the Michigan Test for Teachers Certification (MTTC) Mathematics (Secondary) about:

• Intercepts and the standard form of linear equations
• Graphing and writing linear equations
• Going from a graph to a rule
• Graphing undefined slopes and zero slopes

Complete the quizzes to identify any topics you don't fully understand, then return to the lessons with the provided links to reinforce your understanding of these topics. If you feel you would benefit from an alternative review of the lessons, you can read over the transcripts, which also feature key terms in bold print for easy identification.

### MTTC Math (Secondary): Linear Equations - Chapter Objectives

The MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) is a certification exam used in the state of Michigan as part of the licensure process for secondary math teachers. This exam is composed of 80 multiple-choice questions and administered in a four hours and 30 minutes testing session. Expect approximately 28% of the questions on this exam to ask you about patterns, algebraic relationships and functions, including some questions on linear functions. Reviewing this chapter helps you prepare for these questions by improving your understanding of linear equations and graphing linear equations.

5 Lessons in Chapter 27: MTTC Math (Secondary): Linear Equations
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