1-2 Simplifying Expressions. Expressions. A group of symbols used to represent a number The number represented by the expression. Value. Equation. A combination of an expression and a value. Inequality Symbols. Inequalities.

BySection 5.4 Multiplying Polynomials. Multiplying Two Monomials Multiplying a Polynomial By a number By a monomial By another polynomial The FOIL Method Multiplying 3 or More Polynomials Special Products Simplifying Expressions Applications. Multiplying Two (or more) Monomials.

BySimplifying Expressions and Multi-Step Equations Review. We are learning to…simplify expressions and solve equations by isolating a variable. Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Simplifying Expressions Review. When you are asked to simplify an expression we are looking for you to be able to:

ByWeek 9, Day Two. HW # 32 - Videos for section 3-4 AND p. 132 # 1-11 all Website: go.hrw.com keyword: MT8CA 3-4 Warm up

By7.1 Multiplying Monomials. Objective: A)Multiply Monomials B) Simplify expressions involving monomials. VOCABULARY. Monomial- A number, a variable, or a product of a number and one or more variables Example: x 2 , 3m, 6v 9 Constant- A monomial that is a real number Example: 10, 8, 3.

By7.1: Trigonometric Identities . TSW understand and be able to apply the fundamental trigonometric identities and prove trigonometric identities at an 85% mastery level as demonstrated by discussion and practice. Fundamental Identities. Simplifying Expressions. Ex: Simplify the expression

ByProperties of Rational Exponents. Section 7.2. Agenda . Math Talk Expectations Come up with what happens when students do not follow expectations Number Talk Review Last weeks test 5. Start rational exponents! . Number Talk .

Bynth Roots & Rational Exponents. Negative Exponents. Product of Powers. Quotient of Powers. Power of a Power. Powers & Parenthesis. Rational Exponents. Writing Radicals & Rational Exponents. Evaluating with Rational Exponents. Simplifying Expressions.

By7.2 Properties of Rational Exponents . By Karly Bennett and Nicole Wain. The Objective. Students will be able to use properties of rational exponents to evaluate and simplify expressions. Properties of Rational Exponents. Property 1) Example: 2) Example:. 3) Example:

BySquares, Roots, and Pythagorean Theorem. 8 th Grade Math December 2013-January 2014. Squares and Roots. Properties of Squares: Side lengths: All the same Area: b x h or side x side Another way to write it: s 2

ByGoal 7.2: Simplifying Expressions. Essential Question: What is the Difference between Coefficient and a Constant Term?. Key Words…. 2x + 3x = (2 +3)x =5x

ByXEI 303: Combine like terms (e.g., 2x + 5x) XEI 601: Manipulate expressions and equations. Simplifying Expressions. Definitions - Term. Term - a number (constant term), a variable (algebraic term), or a combination of numbers or variables that are added to form an expression.

ByChapter 5. Polynomials: An Introduction to Algebra. §5.1 – Fundamental Operations. Review order of operations PEMDAS Algebraic expressions Term, coefficient, exponent Evaluate algebraic expressions given values Problems 5.1 #10, 20, 42 (p. 204). §5.2 – Simplifying Expressions.

ByImaginary numbers . Simplifying Expressions and Solving Quadratic Equations. Simplify:. √-99 3i√ 11. Simplify:. √ - 8 2i√2. Simplify . √ - 27 3i√3. Simplify. √-25x 4 y 5 5x 2 y 2 i√y. Simplify:. (7 + 4i) – (1 + 2i) 6 + 2i. Simplify:. (1 + 2i)(1 – 2i) 5. Simplify . (4i)(-3i)

ByChapter 5.10. Simplifying Expressions Containing Complex Numbers. Objectives. To simplify rational expressions containing complex numbers in the denominator. . Complex Conjugates. a + b i and a – b i Example: (15 + 3 i )(15 – 3 i ) Answer: 234. Rationalizing the Denominator.

ByBell Ringer. Terrell is one less than twice the age of Sean . Corey is half the age of Sean . Let S equal Sean’s age. Write an expression for Terrell’s age and Corey’s age. Evaluate each expression if Sean is 14 years old. Terrell is “one less than twice the age”. 2s – 1

ByChapter 11: Trigonometric Identities and Equations. 11.1 Trigonometric Identities 11.2 Addition and Subtraction Formulas 11.3 Double-Angle, Half-Angle, and Product-Sum Formulas 11.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 11.5 Trigonometric Equations.

ByChapter 11: Trigonometric Identities and Equations. 11.1 Trigonometric Identities 11.2 Addition and Subtraction Formulas 11.3 Double-Angle, Half-Angle, and Product-Sum Formulas 11.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 11.5 Trigonometric Equations.

ByAlgebra 1. Ch 8.2 – Zero & Negative Exponents. Objective. Students will evaluate powers that have zero and negative exponents. Before we begin…. In the last lesson we looked at the multiplication properties of exponents…

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