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Polynomial Functions (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 5)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Operations with Monomials (exponent rules review)
• Classifying Polynomials
• Operations with Polynomials (add, sub

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These two sorting activities will help your students practice identifying end behaviors for polynomial functions. They will classify each function according to its end behavior using cards with a mix of equations, explanations, and graphs.
** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED

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Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors: Polynomial Functions and Equations Bundle
Here is the complete bundled unit for Algebra 2 Unit 5: POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS. The unit includes eight lessons.
Every daily lesson includes:
✎ Two options of an 8-page Bound-Book style Foldable™
OPTION 1: All vocabulary, rules,

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Algebra 2 Polynomial Sort and Match Task Cards
Here's a task card activity to get your students in Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus thinking about Polynomial Functions. There are 10 graph cards, 10 description cards, 10 equation cards, and 10 zeros cards. Students work cooperatively to match each graph

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This easy-to-use packet is full of stimulating activities that will give your students a solid introduction to polynomial functions and equations! A variety of lessons, puzzles, mazes, and practice problems will challenge students to think creatively as they work to build their precalculus skills. E

Graphing Polynomial Functions Flip Book
This flip book was created to be used as a stations activity to provide extra practice with graphing polynomial functions and identifying the following key characteristics:
Turning Points (Relative Minimum and Relative Maximum), Increasing Intervals, Decreas

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding all the zeros (roots) of a polynomial function. There are 14 questions. Each is a polynomial of degree 3 or 4. The answers include rational, irrational, and complex roots. Some can be factored, bu

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Students will find all zeros of 10 different polynomial functions. They will then match their answer to a characteristic of the snowman and color him correctly. Students should be able to solve equations, factor, use synthetic division, use the quadratic formula, and solve problems using imaginary n

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Algebra 2 Honors Polynomial Functions Foldables® Bundle
This is an eight-lesson unit on Polynomial Functions for students enrolled in Algebra 2. Each lesson is presented with TWO CHOICES of an eight-page Bound Book style Foldable© inspired by the work of Dinah Zike, and is used by permission – see

This bundle includes a total of 12 mazes. Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:
• Maze - Classifying Polynomials
• Maze - Describe the End Behavior
• Maze - Analyzing Polynomial Function

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A job supervisor assigns the task of presenting the best analysis of the 'boxing' potential for a 16"x20" piece of cardboard.
This performance task requires students to demonstrate understanding of rectangular prisms and modeling volume with polynomial functions. They must be able to write an algeb

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Students will solve problems related to polynomial functions to answer multiple choice questions. Topics include: polynomial division, zeros/roots of polynomials, multiplicity, maximum turning points, and reading graphs.
Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the r

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This is the third lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Polynomial, Power & Rational Functions for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Divide polynomials using long division or synthetic division
★ Apply the Remainder Theorem, Factor Theorem, and Rational Zeros Th

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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This is the third lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Polynomial, Power & Rational Functions for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Graph polynomial functions and predict their end behavior
★ Find real zeros using a graphing utility or an algebraic method
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This unit includes PowerPoint presentations, coordinated guided notes with answers, a mid-unit quiz, and unit test covering Polynomials and Polynomial Functions. The PowerPoint includes warm ups (do-now or bell ringer), key concepts, and examples for students to follow. It also includes a pacing gui

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Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors: Polynomials Functions and Equations Review-Quiz-Test Bundle
In this bundled set you will find all you need to prepare your Algebra 2 students for a better understanding of Polynomial Functions.
The file includes:
1.) Eight Daily Quizzes
• Polynomial Functions
• Poly

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After teaching a unit on Polynomial Functions, use the Polynomial Function Stations to review and build your students’ confidence while identify remaining areas of weaknesses your students have. The Polynomial Function Stations include:
•Finding real zeros using the graphing calculator
•Iden

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This maze is part of :
☑ Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
☑ Dividing Polynomials Bundle (Long and Synthetic Division)
This maze is a good review of "The Remainder Theorem" . Students are expected to be familiar with:
- Polynomial Functions (Definition)
- Evaluating Functions
- S

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Algebra 2: Polynomial Functions Tournament Review Activity
Do your ALGEBRA 2 students need an end of the unit activity for test preparation? Here's a fun and engaging "Tournament" to get students actively involved in practice for a test. You can observe strengths and weaknesses in students' unders

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This is an amazing double sided worksheet on Domain and Range of Polynomial functions. Students always have trouble with Domain and range, and so I designed this worksheet to help them. It really will send the concept home. After they complete this, I promise they will understand domain and range

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This is the introductory lesson in an eight-lesson unit on POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS. Designed for Algebra 2 Honors students with a basic understanding of polynomials,
The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson:
✎ Two options of an 8-page Bound-Book Foldable®
✎ SMART Board® Pr

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
This maze is a good review of Analyzing Polynomial Functions. Before playing this maze, students are expected to be familiar with:
- The domain of a polynomial function
- How to find the y-intercept
- How to find the zeros (u

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Do you like sorts but hate the mess?
In this fun NO PREP Paperless activity your students classify functions according to their end behavior. They drag the function into the correct section on a digital sorting mat. There are 18 functions to sort, with a mix of equations and descriptions. I hav

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☛ This bundle includes resources (a variety of activities for Differentiation) to teaching the POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS UNIT in Algebra II and could be used as a review for pre-requisites of Pre-Calculus and Calculus. These resources are currently offered at my store and are the following type of activ

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✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING & INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
This resource is a great packet for:
❤ Homework ❤
❤ Review any time during the year ❤
❤ use with substitute teachers ❤
❤ use during winter/spring break ❤
❤ reteaching the concepts ❤
❤ early finishers ❤
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PreCalculus Polynomial Task Cards Activity
This is an activity with 54 task cards meant for Polynomial and Rational Functions in Pre-Calculus. There are four stations with 6 sets of cards to match in each station. Every station has a focus topic. These include Domain & Range, Function Behav

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In this activity, students will classify polynomial functions. Students will need to know the standard form of a polynomial, and how to name polynomials by degree and number of terms. One of the questions also asks about the leading coefficient.
There are 11 stations. Make sure these problems ar

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A game modeled after the tv show "The Weakest Link". Students in groups try to answer each problem correctly and earn as many points as possible. If a team answers correctly and hasn't banked their earnings, they loose all of there points.
Topics include zeros, end behaviors, multiple zeros, numb

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BE Interactive™ Polynomial Functions Digital Foldable - Google™ Edition
Are your Algebra 2 students working in a 1:1 environment? Are you going digital? Here's a resource designed especially for you! My BE Interactive™ Foldable is designed to work with Google Slides, Google Docs, and MSOnedrive w

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Students will find all zeroes of polynomial functions. These functions are cubic and quartic and all have at least one rational zero so students can find the answer by using synthetic division and quadratic formula. Students will find their answer in the answer choices and then color the holiday hou

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My students love this graphic organizer format! The Polynomial Functions Graphic Organizer is a fun way for students to learn and organize their knowledge about polynomials. The graphic organizer has places for the equation, graph, degree, number of possible roots, maximum number of turning points,

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STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my Eviden

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This bundle contains the first three quizzes for polynomial functions that I sell separelty. The quizzes cover the following
Quiz 1: classifying polynomials by degree and number of terms, end behavior, and number of turning points
Quiz 2: linear factors, zeros, end behavior, turning points, multipli

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This download includes 20 task cards with and without QR codes to identify intervals where a polynomial graph is increasing or decreasing and where it is positive and negative.
There are 8 questions that ask for x-values where the graph is increasing or decreasing and 8 cards that ask for x-values

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This maze is part of :
☑ Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
☑ Dividing Polynomials Bundle (Long and Synthetic Division)
This maze is a good review of "The Factor Theorem" . Students are expected to be familiar with:
- Polynomial Functions (Definition)
- Evaluating Functions
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Students use a graphing calculator to graph various polynomial functions. After completing the activity, students should be able to discover the relationship between the degree, lead coefficient and the end behavior of a function. An extension calculator activity on Multiplicity is also included.

This is a 21st century skills project for students to incorporate what they learned about polynomial functions. It is also a chance to eat in class and have some fun. Students are given specific dimensions for a poster to buy. There are 5 variations (forms A-E) in the dimensions to help prevent c

This Exit Ticket product is part of Exit Ticket - BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
In this exit ticket, the understanding of analyzing polynomial functions is checked.
There are a total of 6 exit tickets in this file detailed as follows:
Pg 2. Answer Key to Exit Tickets (Total: 6)
Pg 3. Determining

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Use this guided worksheet to help your students explore the end behavior of polynomial functions! The objective is to create a conjecture about the end behavior of a polynomial function with regards to the value of the leading coefficient and the degree of the function. It is a simple, quick and str

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When given the zeros of a polynomial function students will write the function of least degree. Students will locate their answer to the polynomial function at the bottom of the page and color the Christmas tree the designated color.Worksheet consists of 10 problems. Zeros are integers, rational

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Algebra 2 Honors Polynomial Functions and Equations SMART Board® Lessons Bundle
This file is an eight-topic unit on POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS for Algebra 2 students. Each lesson is presented with a fully-editable SMART Notebook® file. You can present the lesson by using a SMART Board®, or a Promethean®

This 16 pages packet allows for the investigating the end behavior of a polynomial functions. It is recommended to place students in groups and allow for the investigation using a graphing utility (or computer programs such as GSP). Then, the class is brought together to work on the packet and dis

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Great sheet on graphing polynomial functions and analyzing them. The front is analyzing, and the back is graphing them. Analyzing the behavior, degree and roots. PLEASE, LOOK FOR THIS WORKSHEET UNDER MY LISTINGS.. I'VE FIXED THIS WORKSHEET AND MADE IT EVEN BETTER. PLUS, I'VE ADDED AN EXTRA DOUBLE

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Are your students struggling with knowing which theorem to use when? Try the Polynomial Function Theorem Matching worksheet. This worksheet covers the following theorems and processes:
- Remainder Theorem
- Intermediate Value Theorem
- Conjugate Root Theorem
- Rational Rood Theorem

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This maze is a good review of "The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra" . Students are expected to be familiar with:
- Polynomial Functions (Definition)
- Finding the degree of a Polynomial Function (Check out this product at my store Maze - Classifying Polynomials
There are 19 questions whe

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This instrument addresses the concept of finding the zeros of polynomial functions. The problems begin with quadratic functions and progress to cubic, quartic, and quintic functions. Students should use not only graphs, but synthetic division, long division, synthetic substitution, and the quadratic

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This study guide includes the following examples:
Rational Zero Theorem
Leading coefficients
Solving Polynomial Equations
Upper and Lower Bounds Test
Descartes Rule of Signs
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Linear Factorization Theorem
Conjugate Root theorem
Finding a polynomial function given its zer

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Graphing polynomial practice as well as writing polynomials given the graph, identifying zeros, multiplicity, and end behavior. Some problems give zeros and end behavior and ask students to graph and write the equation. Some problems give the standard form of the polynomial and require the student t

This Exit Ticket product is part of:
• Exit Ticket - BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
• Dividing Polynomials Bundle
In this exit ticket, the understanding of the mechanics of Synthetic Division is checked. Students will primarily work on questions related to the aspects of Synthetic Division.
Ther

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This activity will have students working with polynomial theory - using graphs to write functions, looking for rational, real, and complex zeros, and there's even a little practice with synthetic division and the remainder theorem.
Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt feel of this self-ch

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PLEASE NOTE: This foldable is a template! I have not included examples or an answer key!
This foldable organizes the 4 possibilities for end behavior of polynomial functions
• Positive/ Even - up & up
• Positive/ Odd- down & up
• Negative/ Even- down & down
• Negative/ Odd- up & d

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