Exponent Laws

Polynomials Terminology

Adding/Subtracting

Multiplying/Dividing

Solving Polynomials

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Any base to the exponent zero

One

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A polynomial that has two terms

Binomial

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4 - (-8)

12

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Exponents of the same base are _______ when multiplying polynomials

Added

100

Negative algebra tiles are shaded or unshaded?

Unshaded

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x^{2}(x^{3})

x^{5}

200

The '-3' in the polynomial (-3xy^{2} + 4x) is

The coefficient

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y + y

2y

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These __two things__ are multiplied or divided together when calculating polynomials

Coefficients by coefficients; and

variables by variables

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The constant of this polynomial:

-2y^{6} + 3x

Zero

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m^{4}s divided by ms

m^{3}

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The 'y' in the statement

5x^{4} - 3y^{8} is

The variable

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0.5n^{3}d + 8d^{3}n

0.5n^{3}d + 8d^{3}n

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This is being modelled below:

4x(3y + 2)

= 4x(3y) + 4x(2)

The distributive property

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If w = 3, substitution would give this answer to the following polynomial:

-2w^{2} + 4w - 13

-19

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Simplify: (y^{2} / w^{3})^{2}

y^{4} / w^{6}

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The term to the zeroth power is called

The constant

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What we can add or subtract in Polynomials

'Like terms'

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The quotient of the following statement:

(9xy - 6x) / -3x

-3y + 2

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These degrees can be properly modelled using algebra tiles

Zeroth, first, and second

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Simplify:

(15x^{2} / 3xy)^{0}

1

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The _______ of the following polynomial is 1:

2x + 3

Degree

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'Like terms' have these things in common

The same variables with the same exponential value

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The standard form product of the following statement:

(2 + 3x^{2})(4x - 3)

12x^{3} - 9x^{2} + 8x - 6

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If written in standard form, the degree of this polynomial's 2nd term:

-4x^{3} + 18 + w^{2}y^{2 }- 0.5bc

Three

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