 IN MATH: 1. n. an expression with more than one term, each of these having variables with whole number exponents. EX. A polynomial is named by the number of terms it has. 2. adj. many term. EX. A polynomial function is one which when written in symbolic form is a polynomial -- for example Addition/Subtraction Computation Rules/Laws Know The Invisible (Understood) Ones. Combine Like Terms - Gives instructions and examples. Multiplication/Factoring Multiplying Two Binomials -- animation. Written Notes on Factoring SPECIAL PRODUCTS - multiplication and factoring VOCABULARY FOIL - Binomial Multiplication (animation) The Man With The Big Nose - the layout for the four multiplications required in multiplying 2 binomials Factor: 1x² + bx + c(animation) - when the leading coefficient is 1 Factor: ax² + bx + c Factoring Trinomials with A Leading Coefficient that Is Not One (animation) Written Notes on Factoring - Factoring Trinomials (animation) All Sorts of Stuff - Algebra Notes Vocabulary THE SENTENCE PLEASE! - writing algebraic phrases and statements EXPONENTS ARE NOT ON THE LEVEL - exponents, base, coefficients, monomial operations WHAT DO YOU CALL A HUNGRY PARROT? - polynomial operations and names IT'S THE LAW - distributive, inverses, identities, etc. SPECIAL PRODUCTS - multiplication and factoring

IN ENGLISH: 1. as defined above.

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