Reflection: Lesson Studies Multiplying Polynomials - Part I - Section 2: Introduction: Algebra Tiles


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Multiplying Polynomials - Part I

Unit 8: Polynomials
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT multiply two binomial expression together using the FOIL method.

Big Idea: Students will develop an understanding of what it means to multiply polynomial expressions through the use of Algebra Tiles.

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