Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised 2/27/13 Exponents and Polynomials


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1 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 1 Objective: Multiply monomials. Simplify expressions involving powers of monomials. Preassessment: Exponents, Fractions, and Polynomial Expressions Lesson: Pages 441 Examples 15 Class work: Page 413 #16,18,,4,30,34,36 Homework: Read and study Chapter 81 Text pages #17,19,1,3,7,9,33,35,43,47,53 Extra Practice: Page 837 Lesson 81 #5,8,11,15,16 Objective: Simplify monomial expressions with quotients and negative exponents. Quiz 1: Monomials (No Calculators!) Lesson: Page 417 How, and transparency Simplifying Monomial Expressions with Quotients and Negative Exponents Class work: Text page 41 #16,18,,6,30 Homework: Read and study Chapter 8 Text pages 414 #153 (odds only), 7,9,31,35,38 Extra Practice: Page 837 Lesson 8 #1,,5,13,14 3 Objective: Find products and quotients of numbers expressed in scientific notation. Quiz : Quotients and Negative Exponents (No Calculators!) Lesson: Pages Why, Key Concept, and Examples 1,,4,5 Class work: Text page 48 #515 (odds only) Homework: Read and study Chapter 83 Text pages #1,3,5,35,39,41,45,49,51,53,55,56, 57 Extra Practice: Page 837 Lesson 83 #1,,11,1,6,7 4 Objective: Find the degree of a polynomial. Arrange the terms of a polynomial in order. Quiz 3: Scientific Notation (No Calculators!) Lesson: Pages How, and Examples 15 Class work: Text page 434 #49,114 Homework: Read and study Chapter 84 Text pages #15,17,19,,7,9,33,35,47,49,51,59,60 Cut out algebra tiles Extra Practice: Page 838 Lesson 84 #1,4,6,1,
2 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 5 Objective: Add and subtract polynomials. Quiz 4: Degree of a Polynomial (No Calculators!) Lesson: Pages Examples 1 and Class work: Text page 441 #,3,4,8 Homework: Test 1 (Assignments 14) review sheet 6 Objective: Add and subtract polynomials. Test 1: Assignments 14 (No Calculators!) Homework: Read and study Chapter 85 Text pages #133 (odds only), 36,37,38 Extra Practice: Page 838 Lesson 85 # Objective: Find the product of a monomial and a polynomial. Solve equations involving polynomials. Quiz 5: Add and Subtract Polynomials Lesson: Pages How and Examples 1,,4 Class work: Text page 446 #5,7,9,11 Homework: Read and study Chapter 86 Text pages #153 (odds only), 9,31,33,37,43 Extra Practice: Page 838 Lesson 86 #7,8,13,6 8 Objective: Multiply polynomials. Quiz 6: Products of Monomials and Polynomials Lesson: Page 45 How and Examples 14 Class work: Text page 455 #14,16,18,0,34 Homework: Read and study Chapter 87 Text pages #1531 (odds only), 48,49,50,51 Extra Practice: Page 839 Lesson 87 #1,,13,0
3 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 9 Objective: Square binomials and determine the product of the sum and difference of the same two terms. Quiz 7: Products of Polynomials Lesson: Pages Key Concepts and Examples 1,,4 Class work: Page 461 #5,7, Homework: Read and study Chapter 88 Text pages #1531 (odds only), (all) Extra Practice: Page 839 Lesson 88 #14 Objective: Determine the greatest common factor of a set of monomials. Divide a polynomial by a monomial. Quiz 8: Special Binomial Products Lesson: Pages Examples 15; page 666 Examples 1 and Class work: Page 477 #41 Homework: Test (Assignments 69) review sheet 11 Objective: Determine the greatest common factor of a set of monomials. Divide a polynomial by a monomial. Test : Assignments 69 Homework: Read and study Chapters 91 and 15 Text page 478 #41,45,47,53,55,57,61,6364 Worksheet Dividing Polynomials Extra Practice: Page 839 Lesson 91 #7,9,13,14,3,33 Page 669 # Objective: Factor polynomials using the distributive property. Solve equations of the form ax + bx + c = 0. Quiz 9: Divide Polynomials Lesson: Page How and TWE InClass Examples 1,4,5 Class work: Page 484 #47, 1 Homework: Read and study Chapter 9 Text pages #197 (odds only), 40,41,49,53,55,59,61 Extra Practice: Page 840 Lesson 9 #7,18,19 50
4 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 13 Objective: Factor trinomials of the form x + bx + c. Solve equations of the form x + bx + c = 0. Quiz : Factor Polynomials (GCF) Lesson: Page 489 How; TWE InClass Examples 15; Page 49 Ex. 6 Homework: Read and study Chapter 93 Text pages 493 #19 (odds only),3743 (odds only),54,56 Extra Practice: Page 840 Lesson 93 #5,0,1 14 Objective: Factor trinomials of the form ax + bx + c. Solve equations of the form ax + bx + c = 0. Quiz 11: Binomial Factors of Trinomials Lesson: Worksheet The Box Method Class work: Page 498 #49 Homework: Read and study Chapter 94 Text page 499 #15,17,19,3,5,9,35,41 Extra Practice: Page 840 Lesson 94 #1,,5,19,1 15 Objective: Factor binomials that are the differences of squares. Factor perfect square trinomials. Lesson: WS: Difference of Squares & Perfect Square Trinomials Class work: Page 504 #5,6,11 and pages #30,34,46 Homework: Read and study Chapters 95 and 96 Text page 505 #19,1,7,9,35,37 page #5,7,9,31,43,45 Extra Practice: Page 841 Lesson 95 #3,4,0 and Lesson 96 #8,,19 16 Objective: Review for Test 3 Quiz 1: Factor Special Polynomials Class work: Unit 6 Formative Homework: Test 3 (Assignments 1115) review sheet
5 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 17 Objective: Review for Unit 6 Assessment Test 3: Assignments Homework: Unit 6 review packet 18 Objective: Review for Unit 6 Assessment : Unit 6 review packet Homework: Study for Unit 6 Assessment 19 Unit 6 Assessment 0
6 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 Lesson 8 1 Answers to Extra Practice Problems a 8. b 5 c s t w , Lesson or 16. 3b a b 3 c a 14. u 3 v 9 Lesson , ,000,000, Lesson yes, trinomial 4. yes, binomial px 1p x p Lesson a 4. 3x 3. 3z n 15 Lesson ab 4a b 6a b m n 4m n 0m n 13. 6a 41a 6. 6 Lesson d 7d. z 3z a a x 5x 8x 55 Lesson t 14t 49. w q 8qh 16h 4. 0x 11y
7 Algebra Unit 6 Syllabus revised /7/13 Lesson m n a a a b j Worksheet: 6. y 3 7. a b 8. n 8mn x y z xyz 9y z. k 3 j 4 3kj k Lesson ab (5a 6b) 8. mn ( m n 8n 4) 9. ( x b)( a 3c). ( m r)(3x ) 18. {0,.5} 19. { 3, 1} Lesson 9 3. ( a 1)( a 3) 3. ( x 5)( x 3) 4. ( n 5)( n 3) 5. ( 3a 7)( a 3) 0. { 8, 4} 1. { 1, } 5 Lesson ( a 7)(a 9). ( 3x )( x 3) 5. ( 3a 7)( a 3) 19. { 3, 1} 1. { 1, 5 } Lesson ( x 3y)(x 3y) 4. ( 1 3z)(1 3z) 0. { 5} Lesson ( n 4). 6( a 1) 19. { 5}
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