Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials

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What is a polynomial? Polynomial comes from the Greek word poly, meaning "many" and the medieval Latin word binomium, meaning "binomial." A polynomial contains terms that may be added, subtracted or multiplied. Each term

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Algebra Homework HelpAlgebrais a branch of mathematics which involves the use of variables (typically letters) in place of numbers. In simple terms, algebra is about deriving unknown values through mathematical processes. Variables are combined with numbers into mathematical statements to describe relations between values.This article discusses the algebra concepts which are considered to be the most difficult for students to learn according to studies conducted by the International Academy of Science. Information from these studies has been incorporated into the development ofAcellus courses for schoolsandAcellus Tutoringfor home use.Table of Contents1 Expressions2 Equations and Inequalities3 Top-Five Most Difficult Algebra Concepts3.1 Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials3.2 Modeling Using Exponential Functions3.3 Averaging Data with Different Units3.4 Converting Units for Derived Quantities3.5 Complementary and Supplementary AnglesExpressionsAn algebraic expression contains a combination of variables, constants, and a finite number of algebraic operations (i.e. addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and exponentiation). An expression does not contain any signs of equality (i.e. =).Example of an algebraic expression:The signs of operation within an expression separate it into terms. The sign of operation is considered a part of the term it follows. The above example of an expression contains two terms.Equations and InequalitiesAn eq

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