# Ch 28: OAE Mathematics: Graphing Derivatives

Prepare for questions about graphing derivatives on the OAE Mathematics by viewing these lessons. In this chapter, review how to find the minimum value, maximum value and inflection points of graphical representations of derivatives.

## OAE Mathematics: Graphing Derivatives - Chapter Summary

To aid in your preparation for the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Mathematics, this chapter reviews the components of graphs of derivatives. If at any time you become confused about a topic be sure to send your questions to our instructors so that you may master the material on:

• Derivative graphs
• Non differentiable graphs
• Maximum and minimum values of graphs
• Concavity and inflection points

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### OAE Mathematics: Graphing Derivatives Chapter Objectives

OAE Mathematics is a computer-based certification exam composed of 150 multiple-choice questions and is administered in a 255 minutes testing session. Of the questions on this exam, 19% percent fall in the Trigonometry and Calculus domain area. Prepare for some of the questions in this domain to ask about graphing derivatives by watching the videos in this chapter and completing the activities that accompany them.

6 Lessons in Chapter 28: OAE Mathematics: Graphing Derivatives
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