Ch 19: GACE Middle Grades Math: Monomials & Polynomials

Review how to perform mathematical operations on monomials and polynomials by taking a closer look at the videos in this chapter. Get a better handle on the GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment by checking out these lessons.

GACE Middle Grades Math: Monomials & Polynomials - Chapter Summary

Are you a little rusty on solving these particular types of algebraic expressions? Watch these video lessons to reawaken those memories about algebra class as you prepare for the GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment. Upon successfully completing each video lesson, you should be able to answer questions that address the following:

• Multiplication, addition, and subtraction with polynomials
• Polynomial graphs
• The binomial theorem and Pascal's triangle
• Long division versus synthetic division
• Solving polynomials with multiple variables

Our comprehensive test preparation chapters can give you the edge that you are looking for. We have designed the materials in this and related chapters to address every objective within the GACE Middle Grades Mathematics assessment. Not only do we cover the topics you need to know from top to bottom, but we also present the information in a way that promotes fun active learning. Each video lesson goes over the individual topics using relative examples, eye-catching visuals, and clear audio instructions. Text-based copies of the lessons are available for your perusal as well. Lastly, take the lesson quizzes and the chapter exam to make sure you are getting the most out of your study sessions.

11 Lessons in Chapter 19: GACE Middle Grades Math: Monomials & Polynomials
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