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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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#### Zeros of a Quadratic

An assessment presents two factorable quadratics. Using their knowledge of quadratics, pupils determine the zeros of the two quadratic functions. They finish the lesson by relating the zeros to the graph of the function.

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#### Zeros of a Cubic

Assess learners' ability to find zeros without using technology. Given the equations of two cubic functions, scholars determine the zeros of the functions. They use factoring to find the zeros and relate them to x-intercepts of the graphs.

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#### Zeroes and Intercepts of Polynomials: Function Intercepts

There is zero reason not to use the resource. Given a graph with a polynomial function and a linear function, scholars move the line in an interactive. To wrap up the lesson, they note how zeros and intersection points change.

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#### More on Factors, Zeros, and Dividing

Students explore the concept of finding zeros of polynomials. In this finding zeros of polynomials learning exercise, students find the zeros of polynomials given one zero. Students factor and find all the zeros of 18 polynomials.

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#### Use Zeros to Graph

There's zero reason not to use a helpful resource. Individuals use zeros to graph a cubic function on a coordinate plane. First, though, they must find the zeros from the factored form of the equation.

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#### Find Imaginary Solutions: Imaginary Zeros

The resource is the real deal. Individuals investigate the imaginary zeros of f(x) = x^2 + 1. They accomplish this task by using an interactive that shows input values x = a + bi and output values x^2 + 1 on a complex plane.

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#### Factors, Zeros, and Solutions

Factors, zeros, and solutions, oh my! Don't let your classes become overwhelmed with the vocabulary. An engaging lesson helps learners make a connection between factors, zeros, and solutions. Pupils explore the relationship between the...

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#### Quadratic Functions

This is comprehensive lesson that considers many aspects of quadratic functions. It includes using factoring, completing the square and the use of the quadratic formula for finding the zeros of the function (including imaginary roots)....

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#### One of the Many Ways

Explore the concept of polynomials and determine the value and number of zeros for a given polynomial using the Rational Root Theorem. Then graph the polynomials and relate the number of zeroes to the degree of the polynomial.

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#### Polynomial Functions

This lesson is all about polynomial functions, graphs, and parabolas! It even comes with quite a few follow along worksheets. Get your class graphing polynomial functions with a degree higher than two, identifying the function...

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#### How Do You Find the Zeros of a Quadratic Function on a Graph?

Find the zeros on a given graph of a quadratic equation. What does this mean? It means to find the values at which the parabola crosses the x-axis. It seems pretty straightforward to be able to look at a graph and identify the points at...

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#### Multiplicity of Zeros of Functions

Pupils identify the multiplicity of exponents as they graph polynomials. They write equations for a function given the zeros of the function and work backwards from solving equations.

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#### 7.5 Skills Practice: Roots and Zeros

In this roots and zeros worksheet, students solve given equations and state the number of types of roots. They identify all zeros of each function and write a polynomial function of least degree for specified conditions. This one-page...

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#### Zeros of Polynomials

Students graph polynomials. In this Algebra II lesson, students investigate the graph of a polynomial to determine the value and the number of zeros. This lesson requires the use of a graphing calculator.

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#### Minimums, Maximums and Zeroes

Young mathematicians will identify the minimum, maximum-and zeros of a function in this calculus lesson. They relate the derivative of a function to its zeros and minimum or maximum. They then graph their solutions and explain different...

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#### Subtract Across Zeroes: Homework 5.7

In this subtracting across zeroes worksheet, Students solve 15 problems in which three and four digit numbers are subtracted. Students will need to regroup multiple times across zeroes.

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#### Multiplication Facts to 49 With Zeros

In this multiplication activity, students practice their one-digit by one-digit multiplication involving zeros. Students complete 100 problems. There is an answer sheet included.

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#### Polynomial Functions

Explore finding zeros of polynomial functions in a number of ways including using synthetic division, depressed polynomials, factoring, the Factor Theorem. and the Rational Roots Theorem. This lesson also looks at complex conjugates as...

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#### Watch Your P's and Q's

Using your graphing calculator, find all the rational zeroes of a polynomials by using the Rational Zero Theorem. Divide polynomials using the Remainder Theorem and the Factor Theorem and then graph it to find the number of real roots.

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#### Polynomial and Rational Functions

This lesson looks at rational polynomial functions and their graphs. These activities will look into the function's zeros, and horizontal and vertical asymptotes. It contains a number of interesting critical thinking questions that take...

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#### Stretching the Quads

Explore parabolas in this algebra lesson plan with the graphing calculator. The class investigates what effects the changing of the parameters of the vertex form of a quadrati have to its graph. They find the zeros of a quadratic...

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#### Polynomials and Linear Factors

This algebra worksheet reviews writing polynomials in standard form from factored form, looks at the graphs of polynomials of degree higher than two, and identifies the zeros of polynomials using the Factor Theorem and Fundamental...

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#### Subtraction Across Zeroes

A fabulous presentation on subtracting across zeroes awaits your class. They are coached on the best method to do these type of subtraction problems, then are given the chance to solve some on their own. Feedback is given whether they...