Ch 6: Ohio EOCE Algebra I: Polynomials & Binomials

About This Chapter

Learn about polynomials and binomials in algebra by going over the lessons included in this chapter. You will need to understand this subject in full before you take the Algebra I Exam as part of the Ohio EOCE.

Ohio EOCE Algebra I: Polynomials & Binomials- Chapter Summary

In order to do well on the Ohio End of Course Exam (EOCE) covering algebra I, you will need to spend a good amount of time studying the subject of polynomials and binomials in algebra. This will be much easier if you use the study guides we have provided in this chapter. The chapter's lessons will teach you about necessary topics, such as:

  • Polynomials, binomials and quadratics
  • Adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials
  • Dividing polynomials with long division
  • Synthetic division with polynomials
  • Remainder theorem and factor theorem
  • Binomial theorem
  • Zero analysis

The short lessons are taught by experienced instructors, who will go through each topic point-by-point to ensure that you understand everything. You can even ask them questions if you need more help. Also make sure to assess your understanding of some of the topics by taking the chapter's practice quizzes.

9 Lessons in Chapter 6: Ohio EOCE Algebra I: Polynomials & Binomials
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
What are Polynomials, Binomials, and Quadratics?

1. What are Polynomials, Binomials, and Quadratics?

What do polynomials, binomials, and quadratics have in common? What are their differences? How can you identify each of them? Watch this video lesson to find the answers.

How to Add, Subtract and Multiply Polynomials

2. How to Add, Subtract and Multiply Polynomials

Adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials are, basically, the same as adding, subtracting and multiplying numbers. They only difference is that we have a pesky variable to worry about, but this video will show you that's no problem, so no worries! This method has worked for many of my students, and I think it will work for you, too!

How to Divide Polynomials with Long Division

3. How to Divide Polynomials with Long Division

Arithmetic long division and polynomial long division are very similar. Yes, it's a long process, but once you have the rhythm you will get every problem correct!

How to Use Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials

4. How to Use Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials

Synthetic division is a 'short-cut' way of dividing a polynomial by a monomial. You still need to know long division, sorry, but this method is way fun when you're dividing by a monomial!

Dividing Polynomials with Long and Synthetic Division: Practice Problems

5. Dividing Polynomials with Long and Synthetic Division: Practice Problems

Let's look at some more polynomial division problems. We will use long division and synthetic division, but this time we will have a couple of more involved problems. So, get out some paper and a pencil and let's begin!

Remainder Theorem & Factor Theorem: Definition & Examples

6. Remainder Theorem & Factor Theorem: Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you will learn about the remainder theorem and the factor theorem. You will also learn how to use these theorems to find remainders and factors of polynomials.

What is the Binomial Theorem?

7. What is the Binomial Theorem?

While the F.O.I.L. method can be used to multiply any number of binomials together, doing more than three can quickly become a huge headache. Luckily, we've got the Binomial Theorem and Pascal's Triangle for that! Learn all about it in this lesson.

Zero Analysis: Definition & Concept

8. Zero Analysis: Definition & Concept

Zero analysis is a way of figuring out the answers to certain functions. In this lesson, you will see how to find the zeroes of polynomial functions. Learn how synthetic division helps you out.

Using Rational & Complex Zeros to Write Polynomial Equations

9. Using Rational & Complex Zeros to Write Polynomial Equations

In this lesson, you will learn how to write a polynomial function from its given zeros. You will learn how to follow a process that converts zeros into factors and then factors into polynomial functions.

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