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There are very specific ways to multiply binomials. One could use the FOIL method or employ the distributive property. Sal walks through each step of the FOIL method and then shows that using distribution results in the same answer. This is a very well-done video and may appeal to visual learners.
Students factor binomials and apply it. In this algebra lesson, students use patterns to factor difference of squares and FOIL to factor other binomials. They apply the concept of binomials to vertical multiplication.
FOIL it! What? You want to multiply two binomials then use the FOIL method: First, Outside, Inside, Last. When you have done that, your final steps is to combine the like terms.
Students classify, add, subtract, and factor polynomials. In this polynomials lesson plan, students classify polynomials by creating their own system. During a discussion, the class decides on a common system. They add and subtract polynomials. Students use inquiry learning to use the distributive property to multiply binomials. Each lesson plan includes homework and practice problems.
Students examine the difference of squares equation, and multiply binomials using the FOIL method. They complete the Case of the Missing Middle Term worksheet.
For this binomial worksheet, students multiply binomials. They determine the area of shaded regions. This two-page worksheet contains 40 multi-step problems.
In this math worksheet, students practice the techniques associated with multiplying binomials. This worksheet has 18 problems for the students to solve.
In this multiplying binomials worksheet, students solve and complete 20 different problems. First, they multiply or distribute the first term in the first binomial times each of the terms in the second binomial. Then, students take the second term in the first binomial and multiply this term times each of the terms in the second binomial.
In this multiplying binomials worksheet, students use the FOIL method to solve given binomial equations. The product of each equation is listed contains squared exponents. Students complete 32 binomial equations.
In this multiplying binomials worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 23 different types of problems. First, they use the Distributive Property to find each product. Then, students use the FOIL method to find each product. They also find the area of a square with a given side length.
For this multiplying binomials worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 32 various types of problems. First, they use the Distributive Property to find each product. Then, students use the FOIL method to find each product. In addition, they find the area of a rectangle and a square as shown.
For this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders multiply binomials.  Application problems are included.  The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions, a hint for each question, and is self checking.
Everyone can be shortcut-savvy with this video, which features Sal multiplying "a ton of polynomials" in clear, easily understandable terms. Those who have a hard time applying old concepts to new equations will rest assured with the trusted distributive property in this lesson.
This activity is a great introduction to the operations of complex numbers.  Combining their knowledge of algebra and the use of a calculator, your class can discover and apply the rules for adding, subtracting, and multiplying complex numbers.
Looking for a worksheet on special products of binomials? This one-page document includes two separate assignments on special products. Problems include multiplying binomials in the form (a+b)^2,(a-b)^2,(a + b)(a -b), as well as a few real-world applications.  
The Difference Between Two Squares is an algebraic expression where two terms are perfect squares and one is negative. In this clip the Algebra teacher uses the FOIL method to factor a difference between two squares and prove the equation.
How the heck do you subtract polynomials? Well, watch the instructor and listen closely as she explains just what to do to subtract polynomials.
Investigate polynomial multiplication with the TI-nspire handheld calculator. Using the applications on this calculator, learners explore multiplication of numbers, binomials, a binomial by a polynomial, and polynomials. The dynamic nature of the software provides students with immediate feedback.
Bringing it all together in this video, Sal incorporates the concepts from previous lectures (quadratic formula, multiplying polynomial expressions, radical expressions, exponents). This video would be a great way to end a unit or review for a unit test in your algebra class.
Using graphs and colorful annotations, Sal makes probability a thrill to behold in this video about binomial distribution. He takes students through additional practice so that they can "get the hang of the binomial distribution" before he begins to teach about normal distribution.

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