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Mastering Polynomials

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Select an activity.

Addition and Subtraction

pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-1  Adding Binomials
Example: (4x + 1) + (8x + 10) = _____
This also includes occasional monomial addition.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-2  Subtracting Binomials
Example: (4x + 1) - (8x + 10) = _____
This also includes occasional monomial subtraction.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-3  Adding/Subtracting Binomials
This combines activities 1-1 and 1-2
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-4 Adding Trinomials
Example: (6x2 + x + 10) + ( -3x2 + 5x - 10) = _____
Includes some binomial and monomial expressions.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-5  Subtracting Trinomials
Example: (6x2 + x + 10) - ( -3x2 + 5x - 10) = _____
Includes some binomial and monomial expressions.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-6  Adding/Subtracting Trinomials
This combines activities 1-4 and 1-5
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 1-7  Adding/Subtracting Polynomials
This combines activities 1-1 through 1-6

Muitiplication

pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 2-1  Multiplying Binomials
Example: (4x + 1)(8x + 10) = _____
This also includes occasional monomial expressions.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 2-2  Multiplying Trinomials
Example: (6x2 + x + 10) ( -3x2 + 5x - 10) = _____
This also includes occasional monomial expressions.
 
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 2-2  Multiplying Polynomials
This combines activities 2-1 and 2-2.

 

Division

pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 3-1  Dividing Trinomials
Example: (36x2 + 12x – 8) / (6x = 2) = _____
pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) 2-2  Dividing Polynomials
Example: (28x4 + 82x3 + 76x2 + 22x – 12)   / (4x2 + 6x + 4 ) = _____

 

Factoring

About These Activities

These activities are provided as learning tools for classroom teachers, homeschool mentors, and independent learners.

  • Teachers and mentors should select and review the activities to be assigned to their students.
  • Independent learners should begin at the top of the list and systematically work down through the activities.

ed02.jpg (2452 bytes)If you have found these math activities useful, here are a few more that cover other important topics.

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pointer_blue.gif (844 bytes) Solving Linear Equations in One Variable

 

 

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