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Multiplying Binomials Honors Math – Grade 8

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Multiply a Polynomial by a Monomial Find Use the Distributive Property. Be sure to distribute to all terms Multiply

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Simplify Use the Distributive Property Multiply Simplify Group like terms Arrange in descending order

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Get Ready for the Lesson Before multiplying polynomials, take a look at 2-digit multipliers: First multiply onesThen multiply tensAdd the products Let’s apply this to multiplying two binomials. This is using the Distributive Property twice.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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Method 1 – The “Box” Method Step 1. Make a grid. One square for each term. Then write the terms. Step 2. Multiply Step 3. Add like terms on the diagonal. Step 4. Write the product. Look in the squares.

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