Divide a Trinomial by a Binomial Using Long Division (Example 1)

Three terms divided by two terms does not equal 1 1/2 terms. Pupils watch the procedure of polynomial division using quadratic trinomials and linear binomials. The video works through two examples, one with a remainder and one without, to ensure individuals understand the process. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
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Instructional Ideas
  • Remind the class of the relationship between subtraction and adding the opposite as being the same
  • Lead a discussion on how to find factors by using division
Classroom Considerations
  • Requires learners to understand monomial division
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Pros
  • Connects whether there is a remainder to what it means about the divisor being a factor
  • Uses highlights to show the term being considered
Cons
  • None
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