Unit1Day4GreatestcommonFactor
Turnandtalk:
a) What is a factor?
a. a number that is multiplied by another number to give a product
b) Can you state all the factors for the following numbers?
12
16
20
a. What is the greatest common factor that you can find
Unit1Day2Multiplyingpolynomials
Which solution do you agree with?
Example
Solution A
Solution B
4
2
2
MULTIPLYINGANDDIVIDINGAMONOMIALBYAMONOMIAL
ExponentRuleformultiplication:
When multiplying powers with the same bases, write the base and then
add the ex
Unit1Day3SpecialProducts
With a partner choose one of the examples below and EXPAND AND SIMPLIFY. Once you are finished
come to the board and write JUST THE FINAL ANSWER.
EXAMPLE
SHOW YOUR WORK
EXPAND AND SIMPLIFY
FINAL ANSWER
With a partner choose one of
Factoring
Unit1Day6Factoring
We all heard of factoring quadratic expressions. What does that mean?
With a partner figure out the missing numbers and make observations if you notice any trends or
rules?
EXAMPLE
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OBSERVATIONS+COMMENTS
Factoring
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UNIT TEST: Polynomials
MARKS
1. Knowledge & Understanding [27]:
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2. Application [11]:
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3. Thinking [12]
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4. Communication [10]
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2 communication marks will be awarded for proper mathematical form
TOTAL:_/60
Part A : Knowledge ( 27 marks)
1. . Simplify.
UNIT TEST: Polynomials
MARKS
1. Knowledge & Understanding [27]:
_
2. Application [11]:
_
3. Thinking [12]
_
4. Communication [10]
_
2 communication marks will be awarded for proper mathematical form
TOTAL:_/60
Part A : Knowledge ( 27 marks)
1. . Simplify.
Unit1Day1Polynomials
Algebraic expressions contain both numbers and letters. The letters are often called variables.
Algebraic expressions with one or more terms are called polynomials. Simple polynomials are given
special names.
Polynomial
Number of
term
Factoring
Unit1Day7Factoring
Factoringsimpletrinomialsseemedstraightforwardenough.Whathappenswhenthex 2coefficientis
not1?Howcanwefactorthetrinomialintotwobrackets?
LetstrytoreconstructF.O.I.L:
The first term in the trinomial comes from multiplying the fi