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Students will use either long or synthetic division to divide polynomials. The answers will be used to color a LOVEly cartoon. **Polynomials may have missing terms and/or not given in standard form. All answers have remainders.

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Students will divide polynomials by using synthetic or long division. There are 24 task cards in this set. Problems are of various difficulty. Problem Types:Cards 1-4 - divide using long divisionCards 5-8 - divide using synthetic divisionCards 9-12 - divide using the method of your choiceCards 13

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Also included in: Polynomial Functions Activity Bundle

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Students will solve polynomial division problems. They should write their answer in each box and choose the snowman accessory that matches the remainder of their answer. Students can use synthetic or long division to solve each problem. Great for Christmas, January, February, Winter activity.

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Guided Notes for Polynomial Division
Includes Long Division and Synthetic Division with steps for each.

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-Through this race, students will work at their own pace to pick a polynomial to solve through either synthetic or long division. On a different card, they must flip the polynomial to find their correctly divided solution.
-This activity can be treated as an around the room activity where students

Polynomial Division - Long and Synthetic Task Cards with QR codes
16 Task cards with the following types of problems:
8 Long Division Problems
8 Synthetic Division Problems
Extras
- Same set of task cards without Qr codes
- Recording sheet with room for work (2 pages)
- Recording sheet (2 per page

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pick IT-flip IT-solve IT is an activity that allows students to practice long division or synthetic division of polynomials through a self-check method while staying mobile (to keep those brain juices flowing).
The activity includes 15 polynomial division problems where each student begins with a d

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Students can use either long or synthetic division to solve 12 polynomial division problems. Problems can be worked out either on the front (tree side) or the back where the problems are simply listed. Each problem corresponds to a "heart" answer on a separate sheet of paper (I printed on pink to m

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Help me find my Keys Maze
This is a maze that students solve dividing polynomial maze to solve.
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• If students complete the maze correctly they will solve 8 problems
• All problems have a remainder
• All denominators are binomials with the leading coefficient of 1
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I wrote this circuit for an accelerated algebra 2 teacher, but it could definitely be used for precalculus students and college algebra students too. The circuit primarily gives students the opportunity to practice synthetic division and also use division to simplify and solve. Students can also s

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This worksheet provides students an opportunity to solve polynomial division problems then verify their answers by locating the remainder on a coloring sheet. I have included two designs. One is a Christmas tree where they color the ornaments a certain color. The other is a geometric design and cou

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A new easier-to-read and side-by-side, step-by-step comparison of arithmetic long division and polynomial long division and how to write answers. Can use for class discussion with a transparency. Examples are limited to 3rd degree or less polynomials in order to focus on the process and not get lost

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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice polynomial division (no remainders). Students match problems to solutions and will know right away if they've solved correctly because of the puzzle! The file contains the student worksheet and teacher answer key.
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Also included in: Polynomials Bundle - Algebra 2

The following Rock, Paper, Scissors Activity is all about polynomial division. The activity contains the following:
o #1 – Dividing polynomials using long division
o #2 - Dividing polynomials using long division
o #3 - Dividing polynomials using synthetic division
o #4 – Dividing polynomials using

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The Polynomial Division Riddles’ self-checking independent or partner practice supports students working through new material. Students will use synthetic (or long) division to divide cubic and quartic polynomials by linear polynomials of the form x – a in addition to using polynomial division to ev

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Also included in: Polynomial Operations Unit 4 + Activities Bundle - Texas Algebra 2 Curriculum

Students are asked to divide polynomials using long and synthetic division. By using both methods, students can verify their work by comparing the answer from each method.

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A little tougher than the first Polynomial Division Quiz as the answers are a little tougher to get and I sometimes give this as a non-calculator quiz to make it even tougher.

Add a little history to your math classroom! In this activity students will complete 18 problems over Polynomial Division. Some problems require polynomial long division, while other can be worked with synthetic division. When the problems are matched to their corresponding solution set, a mathemati

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The objective for this lesson is how to divide polynomials using long division and synthetic division. I usually split this lesson into two days - one day of long division and one day synthetic the next day. I have an additional opening activity and objectives slide at the break which you could just

Doodle notes or graphic organizer used to develop an understanding of polynomial division. One page focuses on the long division method and a second uses synthetic division. The pages have three of the exact same problems so students can compare and contrast. I always have students who love one met

A 10 Polynomial Division quiz. Objectives include: understand how to divide monomials and divide polynomials.
Adobe PDF (quiz + key)
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This activity involves 20 polynomial division problems. The problems are polynomials of degrees 2,3, and 4 divided by linear expressions. The linear expressions have leading coefficients of 1, and leading coefficients other than one. Each problem has an action to be completed based on the answer c

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In this guided worksheet, students can try their hand at understanding the Remainder Theorem, the Factor theorem, creating polynomials given the zeros, and Polynomial long Division.
Each section includes one worked out example with explanation and tips, as well as an example for students to try on

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Scaffolded notes, classwork, and homework for long and short polynomial division.Additional resources related to polynomials:The Remainder Theorem: Notes, Classwork, and HomeworkFactoring Polynomial Functions ActivityPolynomials and Graphing: Notes, Classwork, and Homework

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