MPM1D Like Terms 2016-02-29


We learned about how to identify like terms in polynomials today.

Graphic organizer: Frayer-esque

Note and Extreme Amounts of Practice: Like Terms

Practice Answers: Like Terms – Practice Answers

Tomorrow we’ll be simplifying polynomials by collecting like terms (that’s why we’re learning this!). If you want to peek ahead, PurpleMath.com has a nice explanation of the techniques we’ll be using. It goes a little further than we will tomorrow, but it shouldn’t hurt to take a look: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/polydefs2.htm

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