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9.1 Review Of Pre And Intro Type

  1. 1. Number your paper from 1-5 and answer each question that follows, based on what you learned last class period.
  2. 2. 1. What is the degree of each term in this polynomial? 5 2 3x 4x 2x 7
  3. 3. 2. What is the degree of the polynomial? 6 7 2 5 7x 3x 4x 9x 1
  4. 4. 3. What is the coefficient of each term? 2 5 4 6y 7y 3y 5 y
  5. 5. 4. Write the polynomial in standard form. 3 2 5 4 3x 5x 7x 2x
  6. 6. 5. What is the opposite of this polynomial? 3 2 8x 4x 5x 7
  7. 7. Get ok from teacher before moving on.
  8. 8. Use the following terms as well as your prior knowledge of the prefixes mono- , bi-, and tri- and the examples to complete the statements that follow.
  9. 9. If a polynomial has only 1 term, it is called a _____________. (See 5 examples below) 7x 2 3x 3 54 x 6h x
  10. 10. If a polynomial has exactly 2 terms, it is called a _______________. (See 5 examples below) 3 6 3x 5x 7 1 4x 2 2x 7 3x 4
  11. 11. If a polynomial has exactly 3 terms, it is called a _______________. (See 5 examples below) 3 2 4y 7 3y x 4x 8 2 3x 4x 7 2 6 3m 7m 2 6 9 3x 5x
  12. 12. Like terms? Below are example of like terms at left, counter-examples (expressions that are not like terms) are at right. Examples (like terms) Counter Examples (not like terms) 2 4 2 3x 2x x 2 3x x 2 17 x
  13. 13. Classify each of these 9 terms into the 3 columns for like terms on your notes page. 2 x 6 4x 7 19 x 2 2 3x 5x 3x
  14. 14. Like terms have the same _______ and same _______.
  15. 15. When you finish these examples, please show teacher your notes and work through practice problems.
  • rashmi

    Mar. 29, 2009

algebra 1 intro to monomials, binomials, trinomials, and like terms

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