College Algebra Formulas & Examples


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When multiplying exponent terms, what operation should you perform on the exponents?

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1. What is the value of 4560?

2. Use FOIL to multiply the following two polynomials: (2x + 4)(3x + 1)

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

For this quiz and worksheet, you are looking at college algebra formulas. Questions focus on multiplication for exponent terms, as well as using the quadratic formula to find values.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

You can find out how much you know about the formulas of the lesson with questions on these ideas:

  • The value of a number to the 0 exponent
  • The use of FOIL
  • Factoring polynomials with shortcut formulas
  • Using the quadratic formula to find values of a given problem

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about exponent values, such as 0
  • Problem solving - use the formulas you've learned to solve practice problems involving exponents and factoring
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the quadratic formula

Additional Learning

To discover more, head over to the lesson titled College Algebra Formulas & Examples. Inside, you can find the following extra study material:

  • The Quotient Rule
  • The Product Rule
  • The Power of a Quotient Rule