So, I wanted to put the notes for Long and Synthetic Division on the blog just in case you need to refer back to them as you complete the homework assigned on Friday. I foresee a quiz for you on Wednesday on Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing (Long, Synthetic, Polynomial by Monomial, etc). This way you are able to stop by Tues morning or afternoon for extra help before the quiz.
This week we are moving into Polynomial operations. We will review classifying, adding and subtracting polynomials but we will then move into Long Division of Polynomials and Binomial Expansion. To get your mind thinking I will ask this question: What is Pascal's Triangle and how can it be useful in predicting terms when multiplying polynomials? We will also move into synthetic division before we begin talking about functions, composition of functions, and inverse functions. See you next week!
The notes from the lesson on Complex and Imaginary Numbers are attached below
The link to the Virtual Scavenger Hunt that we discussed in class is:
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Additional help with finding missing measures of angles created by chords.
For those of you who were asking for last week's notes, please the attachments below:
Your Remind Code:
Send the following code as a text to 81010. The code is @613f36. This code allows me to send you reminders and allows you to send me questions. We will spend another day or so on factoring to make sure that everyone feels comfortable. Factoring plays a major part in the curriculum and it is imperative that we master it to make our lives easier. We will be taking a quiz in radicals on Tuesday so if you are still a little confused, my Tuesday morning tutoring session (rm 913 from 7:45-8:10) is available to you. See you next week.