Ch 19: NMTA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Functions

The NMTA Middle Grades Math exam tests your knowledge of functions, and we're here to help you prepare! Let our world-class math teachers get your functions skills up to speed with this collection of short video lessons.

NMTA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Functions - Chapter Summary

This chapter focuses exclusively on the various properties of functions, including functions in graphs and standard equations. Some other relevant topics we'll cover include:

• A function's domain and range
• Composing functions
• Dealing with linear and nonlinear functions
• Inverse functions

With these video lessons, created by our subject-matter experts, it's never been easier to refresh your understanding of functions and their properties. Assess your skills at the end of each lesson, and reach out to our teachers any time you have a question.

Objectives of the NMTA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Functions Overview Chapter

With the video lessons in this chapter, you'll be prepared for any function-related problem on the NMTA Middle Grades Math test. The test could include questions that ask you to analyze the effects of graph transformation on a function or work with functions in word problems, tables, equations and more.

You're given four hours and 15 minutes to answer all 150 multiple-choice questions in a computer-based format. The passing score is 220, and you'll know whether or not you passed upon completing the exam. Official score reports are typically released within two weeks.

8 Lessons in Chapter 19: NMTA Middle Grades Math: Properties of Functions
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