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1. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property.

2. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property

3. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property

4. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property

5. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 :

6. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Use the distributive property…

7. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Use the distributive property…

8. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Now separate numbers and variables and multiply. Don’t forget to ADD exponents when multiplying like variables. Variables that are “by themselves” are attached and “come along for the ride”…

9. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 :

10. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 :

11. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : - Distributive property

12. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now separate numbers and variables…

13. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now multiply…

14. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now multiply…

15. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 :

16. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Use the distributive property…

17. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Use the distributive property…

18. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Notice now we are distributing the next monomial…

19. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Notice now we are distributing the next monomial…

20. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Multiply and apply your exponent rule…

21. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 :

22. POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Combine like terms and write answer in descending order of exponents……