Trinomials Teacher Resources
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In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders factor trinomials in the form ax2 + bx + c. The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions and is self-checking.
In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders factor the difference of two perfect squares and perfect square trinomials. The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions and is self checking.
In this Algebra I learning exercise, 9th graders factor by pulling out the greatest common factor and factor trinomials in the form ax2 + bx + c. The one page interactive learning exercise contains ten multiple choice questions and is self checking.
Students use algebra tiles to identify the binomial factors and the graphing calculator to verify the result. In addition, they will identify the x-intercepts and y-intercepts of each trinomial function and explore relationships between the trinomial x2 + bx + c and its factored form (x + m)(x + n).
Students are introduced to the concept of multiplying trinomials. The use of vocabulary is part of the lesson to increase knowledge progressing from binomials to trinomial multiplication.
In this algebra worksheet, students factor twelve trinomial expressions into a binomial multiplication expression. In four of the problems, they must first factor out the common elements from the three terms.
Eighth graders consider an alternate method of factoring trinomials as opposed to guess and check. They can evaluate which method is easier and more appropriate for different problems.
When first looking at this polynomial and thinking about factoring it into binomials, the task seems daunting because the numbers just look icky. But watch this video and see the instructor demonstrate how to factor by the A-C method. She makes it look so easy.
Completing the square is an effective way to solve a quadratic equation. Introduce your class to this technique and use this video to complement your lesson. This resource takes viewers through the process of completing the square, solving the quadratic equation , and checking answers, explaining each step along the way. A great resource.
In this polynomials worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 21 different problems that include determining the various types of polynomials. First, they find the degree of each polynomial. Then, students arrange the terms of each polynomial so that the powers of x are in descending order and then in ascending order.
Explore the concept of this perfect square trinomial and difference of squares lesson. A hands-on activity that uses paper rectangles and squares to illustrate the perfect-square trinomial and difference of squares formulas.
In this difference of squares and perfect square trinomials instructional activity, high schoolers factor five multiple choice problems. Students factor polynomials using a difference of squares and perfect square trinomial formulas.
Completing the square is an effective way to solve a quadratic equation. Introduce your class to this technique and use this video to complement your lesson. This resource takes viewers through the process of completing the square, solving the quadratic equation , and checking answers, explaining each step along the way. A great resource.
In this algebra activity, learners practice finding the product of two binomials. In each case either the answer represents a difference of squares or a perfect square trinomial. There are 26 problems with an answer key.
In this polynomial worksheet, students solve 12 questions. The first five questions deal with the roots of the polynomials. Students state the inverse for one problem and the reciprocal for one problem. They make three graphs, and identify the parts of several functions.
In this terms learning exercise, students identify the characteristics of monomials, trinomials, and polynomials. This one-page learning exercise contains five multiple-choice problems.
In this online math worksheet, high schoolers solve 5 algebra problems involving trinomials and polynomials. This excellent worksheet allows student to check their answers, and gives the students "hints" should they encounter difficulties.
If you or your class members are interested in how the quadratic formula is derived, then take a look at this video! The tutorial takes you through each step necessary to derive the quadratic formula from the general form for a quadratic equation.
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 solve 18 trinomial equations using the quadratic formula. In this quadratic formula instructional activity, students use the formula to find both answers to the trinomial equations.