# Ch 16: WEST Math: Polynomials

Our subject-matter experts can help you refresh your skills with polynomials. Watch the lessons in this chapter to help you prepare for polynomial problems on the WEST Math test.

## WEST Math: Polynomials - Chapter Summary

We'll go over all the essential polynomial tips and tricks in this chapter, such as dividing polynomials and defining binomial expressions. Additional topics include:

• Working with polynomial graphs
• Using the rational zeros theorem
• Adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials
• The fundamental theorem of algebra

The real-world examples and detailed solutions provided in our video lessons can help you refresh and refine your polynomial knowledge for the WEST Math test. Take the short quizzes at the end of these lessons to ensure you know the materials, and if you need additional help, our expert instructors are here to answer any questions that arise.

### Objectives of the WEST Math: Polynomials Chapter

The WEST Math exam is required for all new and current teachers in the state of Washington seeking a math subject-area endorsement. This chapter's video lessons can help you tackle just about any polynomial problem you might see on the exam. These kinds of problems are part of the Patterns, Algebra and Functions knowledge sub-area of the test, which makes up about 24% of the entire exam.

You'll have 4 hours and 15 minutes to answer all 150 multiple-choice questions on the WEST Math exam. An on-screen calculator is provided, as well as a formula sheet. The minimum passing score is 220, and you'll know whether or not you passed immediately following exam completion. Online test registration is available throughout the calendar year, and you can sit for the test at numerous Pearson exam centers.

10 Lessons in Chapter 16: WEST Math: Polynomials
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