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Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: April 30, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 15, 2011
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Submitter : Robert Falk


This Web page is a collection of resources on Polynomials. The Web page includes narrated PowerPoint presentations on topics such as adding and subtracting polynomials, The FOIL Method, factoring a Quadratic Equation, and dividing a polynomial by a monomial. There is a link to a Blog on polynomials, which is a portal to... More

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Primary Audience: High School
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Language: English
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4 years ago

Robert Leiva (Student)

The page containes many resources (most of which are narrated Power Point presentations) on the subject of polynomials. I wish I would have known about this page back when I was having trouble with polynomials in Intermediate Algebra. The page includes six different links that take you to other pages including "Monomials, Binomials, and Polynomials" (which is actually a podcast), "Adding Polynomials," "FOIL Method," "Factoring", and "Dividing a Polynomial by a Monomial," and "Blog." I noticed that the blog only had one posting but it contained a wealth of resources on polynomials. I watched several Power Point presentations and listened to the some of the available podcast, and the material seemed to be clear and concise. Even though you don't get the visual aspect when listening to a podcast I like how it is an a option for a learning tool. I can picture myself listening to math podcasts on the bus on the way to class before a test. I also like how the page containes a good amount of resources, but not enough to make you feel overwhelmed.

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