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Get out your notebooks! You will be able to multiply, divide, and simplify monomial expressions involving powers. You will be able to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials Today’s Objectives:

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Warm Up

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Simplifying Monomials Simplifying is an extremely important part of mathematics. Simplification Rules: 1.There are no powers of powers 2.Each base appears exactly once 3.All fractions are reduced 4.There are no negative exponents.

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Examples Simplification Rules: 1.There are no powers of powers 2.Each base appears exactly once 3.All fractions are reduced 4.There are no negative exponents.

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Examples Simplification Rules: 1.There are no powers of powers 2.Each base appears exactly once 3.All fractions are reduced 4.There are no negative exponents.

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You Try!!! Simplification Rules: 1.There are no powers of powers 2.Each base appears exactly once 3.All fractions are reduced 4.There are no negative exponents.

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Polynomial Expression

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Examples

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Distributive Property

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Examples

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Multiplying Polynomials

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You Try!

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HOMEWORK Lesson 5.1 Pg. 307 #’s 28-37

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