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# Monthly Archives: January 2010

## Day 97 – January 29

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 9, page 240. Multiplication of Monomials and Binomials If we multiply a monomial and a binomial, all we have to do is DISTRIBUTE the monomial through the binomial, pretty simple to do (REMEMBER: the CRAZY arrows … Continue reading

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## Day 96 – January 28

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 8, page 236. Subtraction of Polynomials We do just like the addition of polynomials, except for subtraction, we (remember way back to subtracting with negative numbers) add the opposite. The other thing we have to remember … Continue reading

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## Day 95 – January 27

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 7, page 231. Addition of Polynomials When we add polynomials, it can be easier if we order them in descending order for one of the variables. We can add polynomials in 2 ways: Horizontally – scan … Continue reading

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## Day 94 – January 26

WORK DAYS for both Algebra 1 and 1a. We are trying to catch up on missing work because of the inclement weather we had last Wednesday and this Monday!

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## Day 93 – January 25

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 6, page 226. We can write polynomials is ascending or descending order. For descending order, the term with the greatest exponent for our variable of interest is first, the term with the next greatest exponent for … Continue reading

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## Day 90 – January 20

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 5, page 221 Polynomials Polynomials is the catch term for monomials put together with `+` or `–` signs. Polynomials with just 1 term are called “monomials”, with 2 terms they are called “binomials”, with 3 terms, … Continue reading

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## Day 89 – January 19

Algebra: Chapter 5, Lesson 4, page 217. Scientific Notation We can write numbers as the product of a power of 10 and a number greater than 1 but less than 10 (9.9999…. to be exact). Standard notation is the stuff … Continue reading

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## Day 88 – January 15

Algebra and Algebra 1a: Please see Day 83 – January 8 for today’s lessons and notes.

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## Day 86 and 87 – January 13, 14

Algebra and Algebra 1a: MIDTERM DAYs

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