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  • 1. Today:  Warm-Up  Alt.Khan here,/Regular Khan; start today, not Saturday, or not not at all  Monomials: • Definition • Multiplying Monomials  Test Tuesday: Products & Quotients of Exponents
  • 2. Unit 8 Topics
  • 3. Warm-Up Section of Notebook
  • 4. Warm-Up
  • 5. Vocabulary & Formulas Section of Notebook
  • 6. Monomials Definition: Mono-- The prefix means one. A monomial is an expression with one term. In the equations unit, we said that terms were separated by a plus sign or a minus sign! Therefore: A monomial CANNOT contain a plus sign (+) or a minus (-) sign!
  • 7. Monomials Examples of Monomials:
  • 8. Multiplying Monomials When you multiply monomials, you will need to perform two steps: •Multiply the coefficients (constants) •Multiply the variables A simple problem would be: (3x2)(4x4) And the answer is: 12x6 Remember, the bases are the same, so you add the exponents
  • 9. Practice Problem Section of Notebook
  • 10. Multiplying Monomials
  • 11. Multiplying Monomials
  • 12. Multiplying Monomials
  • 13. Multiplying Monomials
  • 14. Multiplying Monomials
  • 15. Multiplying Monomials Now, complete the rest of the problem.
  • 16. Multiplying Monomials
  • 17. Multiplying Monomials Class Work: #20 is extra credit only. Add the following problems to the handout: Tomorrow: Focus on Dividing Monomials