
Select an activity. Addition and Subtraction
 11 Adding
Binomials
 Example: (4x + 1) + (8x + 10) = _____
 This also includes occasional monomial addition.

 12 Subtracting
Binomials
 Example: (4x + 1)  (8x + 10) = _____
 This also includes occasional monomial subtraction.

 13 Adding/Subtracting
Binomials
 This combines activities 11 and 12
 14 Adding
Trinomials
 Example: (6x^{2} + x + 10) + ( 3x^{2} + 5x  10) = _____
 Includes some binomial and monomial expressions.

 15 Subtracting
Trinomials
 Example: (6x^{2} + x + 10)  ( 3x^{2} + 5x  10) = _____
 Includes some binomial and monomial expressions.

 16 Adding/Subtracting
Trinomials
 This combines activities 14 and 15
 17 Adding/Subtracting
Polynomials
 This combines activities 11 through 16
Muitiplication
 21 Multiplying
Binomials
 Example: (4x + 1)(8x + 10) = _____
 This also includes occasional monomial expressions.

 22 Multiplying
Trinomials
 Example: (6x^{2} + x + 10) ( 3x^{2} + 5x  10) = _____
 This also includes occasional monomial expressions.

 22 Multiplying
Polynomials
 This combines activities 21 and 22.
Division
 31 Dividing
Trinomials
 Example: (36x^{2} + 12x – 8) / (6x = 2) = _____
 22 Dividing
Polynomials
 Example: (28x^{4} + 82x^{3} + 76x^{2} + 22x – 12)
/ (4x^{2} + 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.

If you have found these math activities useful, here are a few more that cover
other important topics.
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