# 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.

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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

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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