Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byStephan Andros Modified over 2 years ago

2
Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Lesson 6.3 Add and subtract polynomials Multiply polynomials Use special product patterns to multiply polynomials

3
Video Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try YouTube Derek Owens

4
Example by Mrs. G Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Click to continue. When adding and subtracting polynomials, the problem may be set up using an horizontal orientation, or a vertical orientation. The following slides will show you both. You may choose which method you feel most comfortable with and use it on your homework, quizzes and tests.

5
Example by Mrs. G Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Click to continue. Add Method 1 – HorizontallyMethod 2 - Vertically In addition we can ignore the parentheses. Combine like terms together. Simplify.

6
Example by Mrs. G Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Click to continue. Add Method 1 – HorizontallyMethod 2 - Vertically Can also “line up” the polynomials vertically according to like terms. Combine like terms together. Simplify.

7
Example by Mrs. G Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Click to continue. Subtract Method 1: Horizontally In subtraction, we need to add the opposite. Then proceed as we did with addition.

8
Example by Mrs. G Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Click to continue. Subtract Method 2: Vertically Add the opposite

9
Give It a Try Objective Video Example by Mrs. G Give It a Try Find the sum or difference. Bring your work and answer to our next class! a. b.

Similar presentations

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google