# Ch 22: MTTC Math (Secondary): Series

In your studies for the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) exam, complete the lessons in this chapter to increase your knowledge about mathematical series, summation notations, sigma notations and geometric series.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Series - Chapter Summary

This chapter is composed of video lessons and short quizzes intended to improve your understanding of mathematical series. Follow along with our professional instructors in these videos to prepare for series questions on the Michigan Test for Teachers Certification (MTTC) Mathematics (Secondary) exam. Lesson topics include the following:

• Using mathematical series and summation notation
• Sigma notation for the sum of a series
• Calculating arithmetic and geometric series
• The formula for infinite geometric series
• Arithmetic and geometric series in algebra

After watching these lesson videos, complete the assessment quizzes to find out what topics you have mastered and what topic you should review further. As you return to the lessons for further review, use video tags to skip over the material you already understand.

### MTTC Math (Secondary): Series - Chapter Objectives

The MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) uses 80 multiple-choice questions, administered in a four-and a-half-hour testing session to measures educators' mastery over secondary mathematics. Twenty-eight percent of these questions belong to the domain of patterns, algebraic relationships and functions, including some asking about series. Use this chapter to improve your understanding of mathematical series so that you will be prepared for these questions on test day.

8 Lessons in Chapter 22: MTTC Math (Secondary): Series
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