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Multiply Three Monomials
Moving from two to three monomials isn't such a huge leap. Scholars watch a short video that shows how to multiply three monomials together. The two examples include one with multiple variables.
3 Views 0 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Have the class create problems for classmates to simplify
- Knowledge of the properties of exponents is necessary
- Video assumes viewers already know how to multiply two monomials
- Shows the exponent rules on screen for viewers to reference
- Thorough explanations make the concept easy to understand
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