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# Objectives The student will be able to:

Objectives The student will be able to:. 1. multiply monomials. 2. simplify expressions with monomials. SOL: A.2a. Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina High School. A monomial is a. 1. number, 2. variable, or 3. a product of one or more numbers and variables. Examples: 5 y 3x 2 y 3.

## Objectives The student will be able to:

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1. ObjectivesThe student will be able to: 1. multiply monomials. 2. simplify expressions with monomials. SOL: A.2a Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina High School

2. A monomial is a 1. number, 2. variable, or 3. a product of one or more numbers and variables. Examples: 5 y 3x2y3

3. Why are the following not monomials?x + y addition division 2 - 3a subtraction

4. Multiplying Monomials When multiplying monomials, you ADD the exponents. 1) x2 • x4 x2+4 x6 2) 2a2y3 • 3a3y4 6a5y7

5. Simplify m3(m4)(m) • m7 • m8 • m12 • m13

6. Power of a Power When you have an exponent with an exponent, you multiply those exponents. 1) (x2)3 x2• 3 x6 2) (y3)4 y12

7. Simplify (p2)4 • p2 • p4 • p8 • p16

8. Power of a Product When you have a power outside of the parentheses, everything in the parentheses is raised to that power. 1) (2a)3 23a3 8a3 2) (3x)2 9x2

9. Simplify (4r)3 • 12r3 • 12r4 • 64r3 • 64r4

10. Power of a Monomial This is a combination of all of the other rules. 1) (x3y2)4 x3• 4 y2• 4 x12 y8 2) (4x4y3)3 64x12y9

11. Simplify (3a2b3)4 • 12a8b12 • 81a6b7 • 81a16b81 • 81a8b12

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