Ch 29: NMTA Math: Applications of Derivatives

About This Chapter

The state of New Mexico has replaced the NMTA Mathematics test with the NES Mathematics exam. Complete the activities of this chapter to prepare for questions on the NES Mathematics assessment about optimizing systems with derivatives.

NMTA Math: Applications of Derivatives - Chapter Summary

As part of our study guide course for the NES Mathematics exam, this chapter can aid in your review of the applications of derivatives when optimizing systems. This chapter includes a series of videos put together by expert instructors to insure that you will be ready for questions about:

  • Optimization and differentiation
  • Using derivatives to optimize simple systems
  • Optimizing complex systems

Reinforce your comprehension of these topics by completing lesson quizzes. After you've found your areas of weakness, fortify your understanding of them using video tags that take you directly to the locations they were discussed in the lesson videos. If at any time you have a question about derivatives, optimization or differentiation. be sure ask our instructors so that you will know the answer before test day.

NMTA Math: Applications of Derivatives Chapter Objectives

The NES Mathematics test is a computer-based certification exam used in the state of New Mexico to certify math teachers. It is composed of 150 multiple-choice questions and administered in a four-hour and 15-minute session. Nineteen percent of the questions on the exam are part of the Trigonometry and Calculus domain area. Use the activities of this chapter to prepare yourself for related question about optimization and derivatives in this section.

Chapter Practice Exam
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