Trinomials Teacher Resources
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In this expressions and operations activity, 9th graders solve and complete 5 different multiple choice problems. First, they determine the complete factorization of various trinomials. Then, students find the equivalent equation to a completely factored trinomial.
In this perfect squares and factoring worksheet, students solve and complete 26 different problems that include a number of polynomials. First, they determine whether each trinomial is a perfect square trinomial and factor if possible. Then, students factor each polynomial and write prime for those that are not.
In 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.
A teacher guided lesson on perfect squares and factoring. They discuss perfect squares, observe the expansion steps for finding the product, and practice solving problems. They complete a worksheet on perfect squares and factoring.
For this expressions and operations worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 10 different multiple choice problems that include various types of expressions. First, they determine the complete factorization of a given trinomial. Then, students find the solution for various equations shown. They also determine the solution set for a given equation.
In this completing the square worksheet, 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 algebra worksheet, students determine whether a given polynomial is a monomial, binomial, or trinomial as well as list terms in descending order. There are 5 multiple choice questions.
The instructor gives an example of how to multiply a monomial times a trinomial. She explains verbally what she is doing but does not write each multiplication step on the board.
For this Algebra II worksheet, 11th graders factor quadratic expressions. The two page worksheet contains explanation of topic, worked examples, and three practice problems. Answers are not included.
Define, simplify, add, and subtract polynomials. Identify the degrees of a polynomial. Determine if a polynomial is a monomial, a binomial, or a trinomial. Then look at simplifying a polynomial by combining the coefficient values of like terms. This resource contains clear steps leading up to and including how to add and subtract polynomials. Note: Be careful with subtracting polynomials because the signs of the terms inside the parenthesis will change.
This lesson is complete with handouts and a PowerPoint lesson for teaching factoring trinomials with leading coefficients using the box method. Many practice opportunities are included.
Students factor quadratics equations using special factoring products. For this algebra lesson, students apply the formula for special products to solve trinomials and binomials.
In this factoring trinomials worksheet, students solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students factor trinomials using the box method or by separating the trinomial into the product of two binomials. Students find the volume of a box by factoring a cubic with a GCF.
Young mathematicians examine the "Tic-tac-toe" factoring method to factor polynomials. They use algebra tiles to model solutions of binomial multiplication problems. They discuss strategies and observe teacher-made models for solving trinomials.
Learners factor trinomials correctly. In this algebra lesson, students review the rules for factoring trinomials. They factor different polynomials as they relate the same concept and idea to facoring trinomials.
In this algebra worksheet, learners factor trinomials into the multiplication of two binomials. All trinomials are in the form 1x^2 +/- bx +/- c.
In this trinomials worksheet, 9th graders solve 10 different problems that include factoring various types of trinomials. First, they set up a product of two parentheses where each will hold two terms. Then, students determine the factors that go in the first positions. In addition, they determine which factors go into the last positions and solve.
In this factoring trinomials instructional activity, students select the type of trinomial problem they wish to work on and click the interactive link. Each type of problem has thirty drills and practice problems linked to it. The problems themselves are not interactive.
In this algebra learning exercise, students factor trinomials whose leading coefficient is greater than one. There are five multiple choice questions.