Algebra:The study of mathematics that uses letters or symbols to represent numbers that are unknown.

Term:An expression formed by the product of numbers and variables.

EXAMPLE: 6,x,-3x

Coefficient:The number that multiplies variables in a term.

EXAMPLE: 6a, -3c

Variable:A letter or symbol that represents an unknown/changing value

EXAMPLE: -2z, 4xy , 6,st

Constant: A term that is representing by a number.

EXAMPLE: 6X-3, 4 cubed+6

Polynomial:An algebraic expression made of terms connected by addition or subtraction.

EXAMPLE:4xcubed-6x squared+3x-8

Monomial:A polynomial made up of one term.

EXAMPLE: -6, j, 3x, 4x squared, -5ab

Binomial:A polynomial made up of two terms.

EXAMPLE: 6xsquared+6x, 3xy-3y, 2x+6-7-4m

Trinomial:A polynomial made up of three terms.

EXAMPLE: 6x squared-6x-6

HOMEWORK!!!

Get Ready in Textbook, if you haven't done it already.

First Sheet of the handouts (white, Chart)

All of the BEFORE on the Chapter five Self Assessment

5.1 Homework Book

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Very well done post Krizna, good job on including the examples so we understand more of what the word is. You organized the definitions clearly as well. But one thing you could've done to improve the examples was to change the color of the commas because I can't really tell if its part of the term or not. Other than that, keep up the good work! :D

ReplyDeleteGreat post Krizna. I liked that you have a variety of colour to separate each definition clearly. Although Next time maybe you should maybe bold or have all the important words with all the same colour.

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