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Module - Polynomials
Lesson 1 - Multiplying Monomials

Lessons

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Multiplying Monomials

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Dividing Monomials

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Scientific Notation

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Degree, Ascending, and Descending Order

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Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

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Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials

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Multiplying Polynomials

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Special Products

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Module Review

 

 
SOL

A.2a -The student will perform operations on polynomials, including applying the laws of exponents to perform operations on expressions.

Common Core Standards
7.EE.1 8.EE.1 N-RN.1 N-RN.2 A-SSE.3b A-SSE.3c A-APR.1 A-APR.4
Warm-up

 

Lessons
  1. Notes: Multiplying Monomials (ppt)
Videos
  1. Video: PH Multiplying Powers with the Same Base
  2. Video: PH Multiplying Powers in an Algebraic Expression
  3. Video: PH Simplifying a Power Raised to a Power
  4. Video: PH Raising a Product to a Power
Explore Learning
  1. Exponents and Power Rules - Choose the correct steps to simplify expressions with exponents using the rules of exponents and powers. Use feedback to diagnose incorrect steps.
  2. Multiplying Exponential Expressions - Choose the correct steps to multiply exponential expressions. Use the feedback to diagnose incorrect steps.
Geogebra

 

Internet Sites
  1. Interactive Notes: Rules for Exponents - lessons and practice problems at Regentsprep.org
  2. Notes: Rules for Exponents - displays all of the rules for exponents at math.uww.edu
  3. Notes: Internet Notes - notes about exponents from Math For Morons
Tasks

 

Homework
  1. Multiplying Monomials Worksheet (doc)
  2. Puzzle Worksheets (doc) | (pdf)
  3. Glencoe PWS (pdf)
  4. Glencoe SG (pdf)
Journal
  1. Multiplying Monomials: Write a summary of each property of monomials listed below. Make up examples to illustrate each property.
  2. Exponents: Write 64 in six different ways using exponents; for example, 64=4^3.
Study Guide
  1. ExamView Quiz: Multiplying Monomials
  2. Prentice Hall Quiz: Multiplying
  3. Prentice Hall Quiz: Power of a Power
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