# Ch 16: NES Math: Polynomials

Let us help you review information on polynomials, including operations, graphs and theorems. These lively lessons, along with our other study aids, can help you get ready for these types of questions on the NES Math test.

## NES Math: Polynomials - Chapter Summary

These video lessons offer a thorough refresher program in working with polynomials. Get ready for the NES Math test by reviewing topics including:

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and long division with polynomials
• The remainder and factor theorems
• How to find rational zeroes
• Fundamental theorem of algebra
• Basic polynomial graphs and basic transformations
• The binomial theorem

Our instructors use humor and plenty of real world examples to make these short lessons fun and informative. You can watch them as your schedule permits, on a computer, smartphone or tablet. Lesson quizzes let you gauge your learning, and every video includes a Timeline with clickable links that enable you to jump back to specific parts of the lesson you need to review.

### NES Math: Polynomials - Chapter Objectives

Passing the NES Math test is one of the requirements for certification to teach math at the secondary level in several states. The test's questions are in five content domains, and questions on polynomials are in the Patterns, Algebra and Functions content domain. This is the largest content domain on the test, accounting for 24% of the total score.

All questions on the NES Math test are multiple-choice and administered by computer. Our lesson quizzes and the chapter exam are also in this format, so completing them will give you an idea of what you'll encounter on test day, in addition to providing an assessment of your subject knowledge.

10 Lessons in Chapter 16: NES Math: Polynomials
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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