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- Stonyfell, Australia
Trinomials Teacher Resources
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In this math study guide, students solve problems previously studied throughout the school year. Problems include, but are not limited to, volume, area, perimeter, square roots, binomials, trinomials, graphing, and consumer math. This eight-page instructional activity contains 32 problems. Answers are provided on the last page of the instructional activity.
Students factor numbers using Algebra Lab Gear. In this factoring quadratic equations instructional activity, students determine a number of different ways to factor a list of numbers. Students create a rectangle out of the pieces with no gaps and figure out what binomials could create such a rectangle for each problem. Students also create a chart in their groups that displays the attachments of each variable.
In this algebra worksheet, students solve a variety of problems. They find the greatest common factor of polynomials, factor polynomials and trinomials, and solve algebraic equations and real life story problems. Nine of the hundred problems require the interpretation of a story.
For this completing the square worksheet, 11th graders solve and complete 24 different problems. First, they solve each equation by using the square root property. Then, students find the value of the variable that makes each trinomial a perfect square and write the trinomial as a perfect square.
Students identify and describe polynomials and their elements, discuss simple parts that make up equations, inequalities, and exponents, take notes on definitions of terms and their types, including monomials, binomials, and trinomials, practice independently, and play flash card quiz game.
In this completing the square learning exercise, 8th graders solve 10 different problems that include completing a square. First, they complete the square in the first 8 problems and write their solutions. Then, students determine what values to place in each box to create a perfect square trinomial.
In this factoring trinomials learning exercise, learners solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students factor trinomials using the box method or by separating the trinomial into the product of two binomials. Learners find the volume of a box by factoring a cubic with a GCF.