# Ch 35: MTTC Math (Secondary): Rational Expressions & Functions

Develop expertise in rational expressions and functions by combining your prior knowledge with your review of this chapter's video lessons on the subjects. Afterward, you could be prepared for like questions on the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination.

## MTTC Math (Secondary) Rational Expressions and Functions - Chapter Summary

Brush up on rational expressions and functions through this chapter's online videos, and enhance your chances of passing the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination. When you watch the videos, you could revisit some rules and strategies for writing rational functions as well as for performing operations with rational expressions. Go over the examples and increase your ability to simplify and factor numerators and polynomials. This chapter could help you build the skills necessary to:

• Identify the differences between horizontal and vertical asymptotes
• Divide, add, subtract and multiply rational expressions, and complete practice problems
• Outline the steps for solving rational equations
• Describe the methods for graphing rational functions with linear polynomials and polynomials of varying degrees
• Recognize domain, range and asymptotes

The video lessons are taught by instructors who are experts in mathematics. Accessible online, the lessons are brief as well as informative. Review when your schedule permits, submit your questions, and use the video tags to find information. The lessons include text transcripts and clickable links for important math terms. Take the self-assessment quizzes to test your preparedness for the rational expressions and functions questions you'll encounter on the MTTC Math examination.

### MTTC Math (Secondary) Rational Expressions and Functions - Objectives

The 'Patterns, Algebraic Relationships and Functions' section of the MTTC Math (Secondary) examination contains questions on rational expressions and functions. Worth 28% of the entire assessment score, this second section of the four-part examination will require you to demonstrate your problem-solving abilities and mathematical reasoning skills. Apply what you reviewed through this chapter's video lessons and quizzes as you seek a teaching certification in Michigan.

There are two versions of the examination: paper-based and computer-based. While either version of the examination will include 80 multiple-choice questions, you will need less time to finish the computerized test. The computer-administered examination must be completed in under two hours and 30 minutes, whereas the paper-based examination could take up to four hours and 30 minutes for completion.

9 Lessons in Chapter 35: MTTC Math (Secondary): Rational Expressions & Functions
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