Multiply the Polynomials
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In this multiplication of polynomials instructional activity, students find the product of ten binomial by binomial problems. Problems involve first degree variables. Answers will be in the form ax^2+bx+c.
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Synthetic Division and Zeros of Polynomial Functions
More than just a worksheet, this guide provides the description of many of the polynomials theorems to assist the learners. Starting with synthetic division, class members are then guided through the remainder theorem and linear factors.
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Multiplying and Factoring Polynomial Expressions (part 1)
Polynomial multiplication and factoring go hand in hand. Why not teach them together. This resource begins with an area model for distributing a monomial and then connects the process to factoring the GCF. Learners then advance to...
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Multiplying Polynomials Using Algebra Tiles
Tiles are not just for algebra—see how they can help with multiplication too. Young mathematicians learn to use algebra tiles to model the multiplication of polynomials. A follow-up worksheet provides practice with the skill.
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Multiplication of Polynomials by Binomials: Rainbows
Is it possible to use the distributive property with several terms? Learners multiply a polynomial by a binomial using the same method as with a monomial. The scholars distribute each term of the binomial to each term in the polynomial...
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How Do You Multiply a Rational Expression by a Polynomial?
Multiply a rational expression and a polynomial. No problem, you can do it. Turn your polynomial into a fraction and multiply. You might need to factor your polynomials first to see if you can cancel out some terms, thereby reducing it...
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