The Remainder Theorem.pdf - Section 3: Individual Classwork

 
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The Remainder Theorem, Day 1 of 2

Unit 4: Higher-Degree Polynomials
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use the remainder theorem to identify roots of polynomial equations. SWBAT explain the relationship between factors and zeros of a polynomial equation.

Big Idea: Students make sense of the many connections between polynomial factors, zeros, and remainders from polynomial long division.

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Math, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Algebra 2, master teacher project, Polynomial Long Division, Remainder Theorem, Polynomial, Polynomial Operations and Functions
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