## Reflection: Rigor Introduction to Polynomials - Section 3: Direct Instruction

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Introduction to Polynomials

# Introduction to Polynomials

Unit 3: Polynomial Functions and Expressions
Lesson 1 of 16

## Big Idea: Remember linear and quadratic expressions from Algebra 1? These are both part of a larger set called polynomial expressions. Operations with polynomial expressions are a lot like operations with integers.

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### Colleen Werner

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