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Describe the relationship between monomials, binomials, & trinomials They are all polynomials
How can you recognize a monomial? Monomials have one term
How can you recognize a binomial? Binomials have two terms
How can you recognize a trinomial? Trinomials have three terms
How do you determine the degree of a polynomial? By the highest numbered exponent
What does term mean in math? Term is a number or variable. Ex: 2x or 4
What is a synonym for algebraic expression? Math problem or Math equation
What is the first thing you have to do when there is a minus sign in between the parentheses? Ex: (2x+3)-(4x-4) Distribute the minus sign to the terms in the 2nd parentheses
How is adding or subtracting polynomials similar to the game of Memory? When you are adding/subtracting polynomials, you have to combine like terms. When playing Memory, a match is made when two like items are found.
2xy , 10, 2b these examples are.... Monomials
2x+6, 10ab-2, 3+5ax these examples are.... Binomials
3x+2x+2y, 7ab-2-10y these examples are.... Trinomials
Created by: asmteach78