End behavior "discovery" intro - start with a basic introduction to vocabulary (degree, leading coefficient). Give each group a copy of the first page to cut out and sort based on the degree and leading coefficient. We'll then compare the end behavior of the graphs in each group to come up with the "rules" for polynomial end behavior.
This comprehensive, 6 page “Quizzers” edition of our best-selling Algebraic Equations guide features a new list of sample problems you can perform that cover every element featured in the original version—from second-degree quadratic and polynomial equations to logarithmic functions. With helpful hi
Polynomials are expressions that are formed by adding or subtracting several variables called monomials. Monomials are variables that are formed with a constant and a variable of some degree. Examples of monomials are 5x3, 6a2. Monomials having different exponents such as 5x3 and 3x4 cannot be added or subtracted but can be multiplied or divided by them.
Now with two options!!!Option 1:This foldable is organized by 3 tabs:*Adding Polynomials*Subtracting Polynomials*Geometry Applications Involving PolynomialsOption 2:This foldable is organized by 3 tabs:*What are polynomials? (Includes types of polynomials: monomials, binomials, trinomials), finding the degree, identifying leading coefficients, and constant terms.*Adding Polynomials*Subtracting Polynomials A detailed answer key is included for both options!This is the perfect item for ...