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Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1
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Multiplying And Dividing Monomials Module 1

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  • 1. Multiplying and Dividing Monomials Module 1
  • 2. What is a Monomial?
    • A monomial is a single term that is a number, a variable, or the product of a number and one or more variables. The variable(s) must not be present in the denominator or under a radical sign
  • 3. Examples
    • The following are some examples of monomials:
  • 4. Non-Examples
    • The following are not examples of monomials:
    • Mono means one, so a monomial has only one term
    • 1 and 2 have multiple terms
    • 3 has a variable under the radical sign
    • 4 has a variable in the denominator
  • 5. Degree of a variable
    • The degree of a variable is the number of times the variable occurs as a factor. This just corresponds to the exponent of the variable
    • Example: -5x ²y³ degree of x = 2
    • degree of y = 3
    • 3y² degree of y = 2
    • 17 degree of 17 = 0 since there is no variable
    • - m degree of m = 1
  • 6. Degree of a Monomial
    • The degree of a monomial is the sum of the degrees of all variable factors
    • Example: -5x ²y³ degree = 2+3 = 5
    • 7x y³ degree = 1+3 = 4
    • -2xyz² degree = 1+1+2 = 4
  • 7. Practice
    • Find the degree of each monomial
  • 8. Check your answers

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