# Ch 26: NMTA Math: Rate of Change

If you're preparing to take the NMTA Math certification assessment, use these fun, interesting videos to review the rate of change concepts you need to know. Our lesson quizzes let you test your understanding of the material you've covered.

## NMTA Math: Rate of Change - Chapter Summary

These quick, entertaining videos can be viewed on any Internet-enabled device so you can study the rate of change and prepare for the NMTA Math assessment while you're on the go. As you work through this chapter, you'll get illustrations of the following concepts:

• Slope and graphical representations of rate of change
• The difference between average and instantaneous rates of change
• The mean value theorem and Rolle's theorem
• Derivatives and the property of being differentiable

After each video, make sure to take the follow-up quiz so you can practice using the theorems and graphing techniques presented in the lesson. If you have any questions about the rate of change, please let our instructors know.

### Objectives of the NMTA Math: Rate of Change Chapter

You'll have four hours and fifteen minutes to work through the 150 multiple-choice questions on the NMTA Math certification assessment. The lesson quizzes in this chapter let you practice using the rate of change concepts you'll need to know for the exam, and they let you get comfortable with the NMTA format. You can also use them to get an idea of how quickly you'll be able to work through the test.

The NMTA Math exam evaluates New Mexico educators in five areas: calculus and trig; stats, probability and discrete math; geometry and measurement; math processes and number sense; and patterns, algebra and functions. The first four areas take up 19% of the test each, and the last takes up the final 24%.

7 Lessons in Chapter 26: NMTA Math: Rate of Change
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