Recognize patterns of polynomials that are the product of two binomials.
Find the square of a binomial and use the sum and difference formula to find the product of binomials.
This concept explores two special cases of binomial multiplication including the difference of perfect squares.
Explains how to simplify a squared polynomial as an example of special products of polynomials.
Using the Square of a Binomial Pattern of the Form (a + b)^(2)
Using the Square of a Binomial Pattern of the Form (a - b)^(2)
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Special Products of Polynomials.
Students will activate prior knowledge, make personal connections, reflect on key concepts and assess their knowledge of the Concept.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary to determine answers using the table
Students will apply their understanding of polynomials and quadratics to better understand the making of a mirror for an astronomer's telescope.
This study guide looks at terminology for monomials and polynomials, operations with polynomials, FOIL, and special products (square of a binomial, sum and difference patterns).
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Special Products of Polynomials.