# Pg. 44 Title Page: Unit 2 Quadratic Functions We are not talking about your test from yesterday, we will talk about it Friday. Read five minutes of Harry.

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Pg. 44 Title Page: Unit 2 Quadratic Functions We are not talking about your test from yesterday, we will talk about it Friday. Read five minutes of Harry Potter. Harry Potter Word Problem OPENING

Harry Potter and Math pg. 45 Mrs. Dursley wants to lay square foot (sod) grass in her back yard, so that her backyard looks completely normal. The Dursley’s backyard is 60 feet long and 45 feet wide. How many square feet of grass will Mr. Dursley have to buy?

Vocabulary Review Constant- a number, not a variable Variables-a letter that represent some number Exponents- a power Terms – a single number or variable or numbers and variable multiplied together. Unit 2 Title Page pg. 44: Quadratic Functions Frayer Model goes on page 47

Polynomial An expression that can have constants, variables, & exponents, but: No division by a variable Only whole number exponents  Named by their degree  Named by their number of terms  Written in standard form 5x 2 – 3x + 10 -2x 3 – 9

These notes go under your frayer model on the same page.

Degree of the Polynomial Highest (largest) exponent of the polynomial

Standard Form Terms are placed in descending order by the DEGREE. Answers will always be written in this form.

Leading Coefficient The numeric value placed in front of the exponent with the highest degree.

Naming Polynomials graphic organizer Page 47

DegreeNameExample 0Constant 1Linear 2Quadratic 3Cubic 4Quartic 5Quintic 6+6 th degree, 7 th degree, etc.. For the polynomial of one variable, the degree is the largest exponent of that variable.

Terms are always separated by addition or subtraction TermsNameExample 1Monomial 2Binomial 3Trinomial 4+Quartic Cubic binomial Constant monomial Quartic trinomial

Now you try!

Notes for Adding and Subtracting Polynomials pg. 48

ADDING POLYNOMIALS Drop the parenthesis & combine like terms

Example 1.

Example 2. x 2 + 2x – 2

Example 3. Find the perimeter of the rectangle. 10x + 12

SUBTRACTING POLYNOMIALS Distribute the negative & combine like terms

3x 2 + 2x – 4 – 2x 2 – x + 1 x 2 + x – 3 5.

Table of Contents 29. Multiplying Radicals 30. Diving radicals 31. Rationalizaingt the denominator 32. Little Book of Exponents 33.-34. Pocket 35-37. Notes on Exponent Rules 38. Using a Calculator to find the P-Factor 39.-40 Rational Exponent Form 41-43. Extra Room 44. Unit 2 Title Page Quadratic Functions 45. Warm Up HP 46. Polynomials Frayer Model 47. Naming Polynomials

Homework Check (Separate Sheet of Paper)

Harry Potter and Math pg. 44 Mr. Dursley wants to build a privacy fence so that his neighbors can’t spy on them in their back yard. How many feet of fence will Mr. Dursley have to buy if their house is 30 feet long? 30 ft 45ft 60 ft

Multiplying Polynomial notes page 50

MULTIPLYING POLYNOMIALS Distribute, follow exponent rules, & combine like terms

-2x(x 2 – 4x + 2) 8.

(x + 3) (x – 3) 9.

(3x – 1)(2x – 4) 10.

11. Find the area of the rectangle.

12. Find the volume.

Cabin Activity In your houses, split up into groups of 3. Work together to answer these questions as best you can This will count as a performance task grade When you are finished make sure you grab the homework.

Architecture Activity In your houses, split up into groups of 3. Work together to answer these questions as best you can This will count as a performance task grade When you are finished make sure you grab the homework.

Homework The rest of the worksheet