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# Math Jeopardy - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Solve the equation.

• Set each individual factor equal to 0 and solve.

Solve the polynomial.

Factor out a common monomial

(What is common in each term).

Then finish factoring from there.

Solve by factoring.

• Factor out a common monomial

• (What is common in each term).

• Then finish factoring from there

X=0, -5, and -2

• You need to decide how much you are willing to bet, if you get the right answer you will get double what you bet.

Solve by grouping.

X= -2, 2, -1

Multiply.

Use the distributive property.

Multiplying Polynomials for 200

Multiply

(x-10)(x+6)

Multiply:

Write in standard form and identify the degree and leading coefficient.

Standard form is largest degree to smallest degree.

The degree is the largest exponent.

The leading coefficient is the number in front of the x with the largest degree.

The leading coefficient is -10 and the degree is 4.

Use Pascal’s Triangle

1 Row 0

1 1 Row 1

1 2 1 Row 2

1 3 3 1 Row 3

1 4 6 4 1 Row 4

1 5 10 10 5 1 Row 5

Is (x-2) a factor of

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• Use synthetic division.

• Is the remainder zero?

Yes, it is a factor

Use synthetic division.

• Set up the synthetic division problem like this:

-2 1 2 12 24

Use long division.

Divide using any method.

Divide using long division.

Factors of 16 that add up to 10

16

If you got to here you are partly right!

Factor out what’s common in both terms.

Then use difference of squares.

• Difference or sum of cubes

Write the polynomial in standard form. Identify the degree and leading coefficient.

Degree 3.