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Multiplying Polynomials
Part of the solving process for these problems involves multiplying polynomials. Other steps are required as well.

Related Resources
Interactive resources from our Math Tools project:
   Algebra: Polynomials
The closest match in our Ask Dr. Math archives:
   High School: Polynomials
NCTM Standards:
   Algebra Standard for Grades 9-12

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Factor Bingo - Steve Risberg
Algebra, difficulty level 1. You're playing Factor Bingo. Determine what squares on your card you can cover so far and create a polynomial that will let you win on the next turn. ... more>>

Polynomial Power - Steve Risberg
Algebra, difficulty level 3. Given the value of one variable expression, can you use it to find the value of others? ... more>>

Polynomial Puzzler - Steve Risberg
Algebra, difficulty level 2. Given four polynomials, find an expression that uses each of them once, involves multiplication, addition and subtraction, and results in a given binomial when simplified. ... more>>

A Product-Plus-1 - Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 3. The product of any four consecutive integers, increased by one, is always a square number. Give at least three instances of that statement and prove that this will always occur by finding an algebraic expression for that "square number." ... more>>

Three Consecutive Integers - Annie Fetter
Algebra, difficulty level 1. Use a variable to explain an interesting relationship that can be found between three consecutive integers. ... more>>

Trick-or-Treat Box - Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 1. Harvey and his classmates make trick-or-treat boxes in math class and use a special formula to find the volumes. ... more>>

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