# Polynomials in Standard Form

## Understand polynomials as specific kinds of Algebraic expressions

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## Write and Classify Polynomials in Standard Form

Learn to write and classify polynomials in standard form.
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## Polynomials in Standard Form

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## Polynomial Expressions: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of polynomial expressions.
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## Polynomial Expressions: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of polynomial expressions.
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## Polynomials in Standard Form Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Polynomials in Standard Form.
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## Brains of the Operation

Discover how scientists use polynomials to create artificially intelligent, problem-solving machines.
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## Storm Front

Discover how meteorologists use polynomials to make predictions about the weather.
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## A Bend in the Road

Learn how civil engineers use polynomials in their work.
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