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# Zero Product Principle

## The zero product principle states that anything multiplied by zero is zero.

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## Zero Product Principle

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Factor polynomial equations and apply the Zero-Product Property to solve them.

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## Factoring to Solve Polynomials: A Sample Application

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This video demonstrates a sample use of factoring to solve polynomials.

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## Factoring to Solve Polynomials: An Explanation of the Concept

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This video provides an explanation of the concept of factoring to solve polynomials.

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## Zero Product Principle Practice

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## Zero Product Principle Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Zero Product Principle.

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## Zero Product Principle Ask, Answer, Learn Table

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Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary to determine answers using the table

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• Real World Application

## Jump Height

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Students will apply their understanding of factoring and the zero product principle to analyze the vertical jump height of a basketball player.

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## Factoring Polynomials Study Guide

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This study guide reviews methods to factor polynomials, including identifying special products, factoring monomials, and tips for factoring polynomials completely. It also looks at how factoring can be used to solve polynomial equations.

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