CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.APR.B.3

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Definition--Degree of a Polynomial

Definition of the term "Degree of a Polynomial."

Definition--Polynomial

The definition of the term "Polynomial."

Definition--Polynomial Function

The definition of the term "Polynomial Function."

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 01

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 02

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 03

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 04

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 05

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 06

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 07

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Graphs of Polynomial Functions--Example 08

In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file.

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 01

Example 1: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: x(x + a)(x + b)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 02

Example 2: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: x(x - a)(x + b)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 03

Example 3: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: x(x + a)(x - b)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 04

Example 4: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: x(x - a)(x - b)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 05

Example 5: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x + a)(x + b)(x + c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 06

Example 6: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x - a)(x + b)(x + c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 07

Example 7: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x + a)(x - b)(x + c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 08

Example 8: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x + a)(x + b)(x - c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 09

Example 9: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x - a)(x - b)(x + c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 10

Example 10: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x - a)(x + b)(x - c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 11

Example 11: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x + a)(x - b)(x - c)

MATH EXAMPLE: Polynomial Expansion: Example 12

Example 12: Finding the product of three variable expressions that yields a cubic polynomial, under the following conditions: (x - a)(x - b)(x - c)

MATH EXAMPLES--Polynomial Expansion

The complete set of 12 examples that make up this set of tutorials. NOTE: The download is a PPT file.

MATH EXAMPLES--Teacher's Guide: Polynomial Expansion

This Teacher's Guide provides an overview of the 12 worked-out examples that show how to find the product of three binomial expressions. Note: The download is a PDF.