# Ch 12: Algebra II: Polynomials

Open these lessons and discover how to graph basic polynomials, as well as add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomial equations. Get closer to obtaining CE credits, or use this chapter to challenge yourself with polynomial practice problems.

## Algebra II: Polynomials - Chapter Summary

As you move into advanced mathematical graphing, you will begin to study polynomials and related concepts. These lessons provide an introduction about polynomials, including graphing procedures, steps for performing operations, and more. All of our lessons are online and can be accessed through your own user dashboard. You no longer have to worry about keeping your study materials organized, because we keep everything for you in one, easy-to-navigate location. Use your favorite Internet-ready device to review our materials, or print out any of our available worksheets to enhance your notes. By the time you finish this algebra II chapter, you should have the ability to do the following:

• Describe how to use function notation for evaluating polynomials
• Identify basic polynomial graphs
• Analyze polynomial graphs and basic transformations
• Check out steps for graphing quintics, quartics, cubics, and more
• Define ways to multiply, subtract, or add polynomials
• Examine how to use Pascal's Triangle with polynomials
• Point out expressions of the binomial theorem
• Offer long division examples for dividing polynomials
• Review synthetic division
• Show differences with synthetic and long division techniques
• Determine how to perform polynomial operations with multiple variables

12 Lessons in Chapter 12: Algebra II: Polynomials
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