Ch 27: NMTA Math: Derivative Rules

Watch these lessons to refresh your knowledge of calculating derivatives and rules for differentiation as you study for the NMTA Math exam. These videos and quizzes offer a review that may help you correctly answer exam questions on these topics.

NMTA Math: Derivative Rules - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to review information about calculating derivatives and the properties of derivatives to prepare you for the NMTA Math exam. These videos and quizzes go over the following topics that may help you correctly answer exam questions related to:

• Calculating the derivative by using limits
• Understanding the linear properties of a derivative
• Differentiating complex functions with the chain rule
• Using product rule and expansion to differentiate factored polynomials
• Deciding when the quotient rule for differentiation is used

These brief video lessons simplify these topics and make preparing for the NMTA Math exam fun. You should get a solid understanding of these topics through our videos and quizzes.

Objectives of the NMTA Math: Derivative Rules Chapter

In New Mexico, teachers seeking certification to teach math must pass the NMTA Math exam. The material covered in this chapter is in the exam's subarea on trigonometry and calculus, which accounts for 19% of the exam.

All questions in the exam are multiple choice, like the questions on the quizzes included with each of our lessons. These quizzes allow you to assess your knowledge and also get experience answering exam questions in this format.

5 Lessons in Chapter 27: NMTA Math: Derivative Rules
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