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5.2 Multiplying Polynomials
To Multiply Polynomials Each term of one polynomial must be multiply each term of the other polynomial
Multiplying two monomials Page 298 10 13 14
Multiplying two binomials Use the F.O.I.L method. F: 1 st O: outer I: Inner L: Last Don’t forget to combine like terms
Multiplying two monomials Page 298 19 20 24
Binomial x Trinomial Page 288 28 31
Trinomial x Trinomial Page 288 32
Squared and Cubed Polys Page 288 34 41
A few more problems Page 288 47 70 79 81 100
Factor these on your own looking for a GCF. Try these on your own:
Objective: To be able to find the product of two binomials. Objective: To be able to find the product of two binomials. 8.7 Multiplying Polynomials Part.
Multiplication of Polynomials. Use the Distributive Property when indicated. Remember: when multiplying 2 powers that have like bases, we ADD their.
Objective - To multiply polynomials. Multiply the polynomial by the monomial. 1) 3(x + 4) 2) 3) Distributive Property.
Drill #25 Simplify each expression.. Drill #26 Find the GCF of the following monomials: Factor each polynomial using the GCF:
We use the acronym below to multiply two binomials. F – O – I – L – FIRST OUTSIDE INSIDE LAST.
6.3 Adding, Subtracting, & Multiplying Polynomials p. 338.
How do you perform operations with polynomials? Section P4 (old text)
Multiplying Polynomials *You must know how to multiply before you can factor!”
Aim: How do we multiply polynomials? Do Now: Multiply the following 1. 2x(3x + 1) 2. (x – 1)(x + 2) 3. (x +2)(x 2 – 3x + 1)
Lesson 7-7 Multiplying Polynomials
Day Problems Simplify each product. 1. 8m(m + 6) 2. -2x(6x3 – x2 + 5x)
M ULTIPLYING P OLYNOMIALS : FOIL Lesson M ULTIPLYING P OLYNOMIALS When multiplying two BINOMIALS… …we multiply by “FOIL” First terms Outer terms.
Multiplying Polynomials January 29, Page #10-38 even 10) terms: 5x 3, x; coefficients: 5, 1 12) term: 7x 2 ; coeff: 7 14) monomial 16) monomial.
Multiplying Polynomials. Exponents Remember if you are multiplying numbers with the same base, then ADD the exponents together. Examples:
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