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#### Perform Arithematic Operations on Polynomials: Common Core High School Algebra

Go back to the basics with polynomials and show your students that similar rules with adding, subtracting, multiplication, and division still apply. While some things are different (um...FOILing) learners should still remember the basic...

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#### Understand the Relationship Between Zeros and Factors of Polynomials: Common Core High School Algebra

In order to graph a polynomial, students need to find the factors. This resource starts with the Remainder Theorem and then examines the factors in relationship to the graph. Resources also look at multiplicities and finishes with...

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#### Polynomial Expressions

Algebra 1 is the first exposure to polynomial operations so let's get it right! Here are some resources that cover the operations such as factoring out a monomial, combining like terms, and FOILing. This collection can also be used as a...

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#### Algebra: High School Common Core Math

All Algebra, all the time! Here is a compiled list of resources that address all of the standards regarding Algebra Common Core for high school. Each resource has the main standard it addresses under the notes section of the item.

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#### Stop FOILing Around!

Here is a nice set of helpful factoring resources for you to utilize in your classroom. Begin with a lesson and worksheet on the FOIL method. The resources then range from introductory binomials to more challenging trinomials. Pick and...

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#### High School Math Handouts

A collection of different resources can augment any math curriculum. Sheets can be printed, posted on the wall, or emailed to students for use in the classroom.

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#### Number and Quantity: High School Common Core Math

This collection has a resource for each standard in the Number and Quantity selection of the CCSS. While several of the resources cover multiple standards, the focus standard is listed in the notes section of each resource for easy viewing.

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#### Rewrite Rational Expressions: Common Core High School Algebra

Students may dread the fraction, but don't let them dread the rational function. Here are some lessons, videos, and worksheets to help learners practice and comprehend the idea of rational functions, and see that they already know about...

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#### Addition And Subtraction of Polynomials

Though it "sounds like a really fancy word," polynomials prove to be no match for Sal's mathematical skills. After defining the term and providing a few examples, Sal works through a few equations that add or subtract polynomials,...

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#### Adding Polynomials

Adding two polynomials begins with simplifying when possible. Sal demonstrates the process he uses to combine like terms and explains why the process works. This video would be great for those who need a quick refresher.

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#### More multiplying polynomials

Sal completes a practice problem to reinforce and apply the concepts learned in previous Khan videos on multiplying polynomials. This would be a great practice problem to do with your students.

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#### Adding polynomials with multiple variables

While explaining how to add polynomial expressions with multiple variables, Sal uses academic vocabulary and a clear thinking process. This video is relatively short and would be appropriate for students working on homework or prepping...

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#### Worksheet- Long Division of Polynomials

Sharpen the factoring skills of young algebraists with this skills practice learning exercise. Focusing on the long division of polynomials, these problems challenge students to factor, graph, and describe polynomials of varying degrees.

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#### Factoring Polynomials

In this Algebra II/college level worksheet, students use the discriminate to determine if a polynomial has factors with integral coefficients and factor polynomials, including factoring by pulling out the GCF and factoring by grouping....

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#### Subtracting Polynomials

To subtract two polynomials Sal demonstrates that you add the opposite of the second term, and then combine like terms to solve. How do you find an opposite term? Simply multiply the polynomial by -1. This video is very clearly explained...

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#### Special Polynomials Products 1

Some polynomials, when multiplied, result in a special product. Sal uses the distributive property to demonstrate the multiplication process. He then explains why some polynomials cannot be completely simplified.

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#### Multiplying Polynomials

Investigate polynomial multiplication with the TI-nspire handheld calculator. Using the applications on this calculator, learners explore multiplication of numbers, binomials, a binomial by a polynomial, and polynomials. The dynamic...

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#### Structure in Graphs of Polynomial Functions

Don't allow those polynomial functions to misbehave! Understand the end behavior of a polynomial function based on the degree and leading coefficient. Learners examine the patterns of even and odd degree polynomials and apply them to...

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#### How Do You Subtract Polynomials Vertically?

Subtract polynomials? Huh? First off find the additive inverse of the number you are subtracting. Next rewrite the polynomials one on top of the other. Make sure to line up the like terms and then write in placeholders. Now add the terms...

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#### Polynomials

This worksheet first reviews the definition of a polynomial and a like term. Then learners use the distributive property to rewrite expressions where polynomials are multiplied by monomials. Finally they are introduced to both the FOIL...

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#### Polynomial Graphing

Your AP Calculus learners probably have their ID numbers memorized, but have they tried graphing them? Pique your pupils' interest by asking each to create a unique polynomial function based on their ID numbers, and then analyze the...

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#### Intro to Polynomials in Two Variables (Example)

How do you organize polynomials? The presenter in a short video shows how to find the degree and coefficient of the terms of a polynomial that contains more than one variable. Scholars use that information to find the leading coefficient...

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#### How Do You Find the Additive Inverse of a Polynomial?

Finding the additive inverse is not as complicated as you might think. The instructor demonstrates how to multiply each of the terms in the polynomial by -1 and explains how this works. But wait, there's a quicker way. What's that you...

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#### How Do You Solve a Word Problem by Subtracting Polynomials?

It's not a complicated word problem, but the picture frame just gives the problem a little context. So you are trying to find the difference, which means subtraction. The instructor reviews how to distribute the negative sign to the...