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DefinitionDegree of a Polynomial 
Definition of the term "Degree of a Polynomial." 

DefinitionPolynomial 
The definition of the term "Polynomial." 

DefinitionPolynomial Function 
The definition of the term "Polynomial Function." 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 01 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 02 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 03 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 04 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 05 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 06 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 07 
In these math examples see graphs of polynomial functions and their zeros. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Graphs of Polynomial FunctionsExample 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 EXAMPLESPolynomial Expansion 
The complete set of 12 examples that make up this set of tutorials. NOTE: The download is a PPT file. 

MATH EXAMPLESTeacher's Guide: Polynomial Expansion 
This Teacher's Guide provides an overview of the 12 workedout examples that show how to find the product of three binomial expressions. Note: The download is a PDF. 