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# Introduction to Polynomial Equations

Unit 6: Polynomial Functions
Lesson 4 of 15

## Big Idea: How many polynomial equations can have the same answers, find out in this lesson.

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Math, Algebra, polynomial equation, master teacher project, Algebra 2, roots of polynomial equations
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### Amelia Jamison

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