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Engage your students with the Rational Root Theorem Activity. Students have a set of possible rational roots and must select the correct possible roots for each function. The functions all have 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, or 10 as the constant value and lead coefficient to assess their skill level and prepare th
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Teacher Notes The topic included in these notes is Solving Polynomial equations using the Rational Root Theorem and Synthetic Division. Included are 4 different examples using the Rational Root Theorem: 1) Solving a cubic polynomial with lead coefficient > 1 2) Solving a cubic trinomial with l
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With this no-prep activity, students will find actual (as opposed to possible) rational roots of polynomial functions. Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and fill in the space with a given pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final product
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** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product HERE** This EMOJI activity is included in EMOJI - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions 50%+ OFF ✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in 8 questions on "Solving Polynomial Equations for Actual Roots using the
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Students will use the Rational Root Theorem to list all possible roots of 6 polynomial functions and decide which of the possible roots are actual roots.
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Practice solving polynomial equations using the Rational Root Theorem. This is a scaffolded worksheet -- please see the preview photos!
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Students will have an opportunity to practice verifying factors, identifying possible roots, and determining factors of cubic polynomials using Rational Root Theorem Task Cards. With flexible implementation, teachers can use these cards as a round-the-room review, partner or small group activity, or
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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice finding rational roots using the rational roots theorem. Students match functions to their rational roots and students will know right away if they've done it correctly because of the puzzle! The file contains the student worksheet and teache
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This is a foldable on the Rational Root Theorem. It is a Word document so you can modify however you like. There are examples in the form of "We Do" and "You Do" so the students see an example completed by the teacher and then they complete a similar example on their own. I have also included an ans
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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Finding Possible Roots of Polynomial Functions using Rational Root Theorem". There are 17 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 15 questions out of the 17 provided to get to the end of the maze. The polynomi
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This engaging set of color and black and white interactive notebook pages includes finding zeros of polynomials including DesCartes’ Rule and the Rational Root Theorem. This is the fifth lesson in Algebra 2 Unit 5 Polynomials This resource includes: - Color coded interactive notebook for findin
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Use these guided notes to introduce students to the Rational Root Theorem and teach them about the various features of polynomial graphs, specifically cubic functions. You must find the possible rational roots, actual rational roots, write the factored form, graph the function, and analyze which par
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This is a step by step Rational Roots Theorem, Factor Theorem, Remainder Theorem Worksheet. Instead of having the students find their possibilities and then do synthetic division, they use a graph to find the first zero and then by using synthetic division they find their remaining roots. I ask fo
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This lesson was for my Pre Calculus Honors class. It is a lesson on Decarte's Theorem and the Rational Root theorem.
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Students will practice finding the zeros of polynomial functions by using the rational roots theorem, synthetic division, and the quadratic formula. They will do so by going on a scavenger hunt. Each question answered leads them to the next station. This will keep students more engaged and working t
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This product comes with a notes half-sheets and 2 joke worksheets. The notes sheet defines the theorem and explains how to find possible and actual roots. The first worksheet has 8 problems that ask students to list the possible roots. The second worksheet has 8 problems that ask students to find t
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This file contains two different resources. The first is guided notes that I use to introduce the Rational Root Theorem. The examples show the students how to identify all possible rational roots and then to use synthetic division to identify the real roots. There are also examples where students ar
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Students will practice finding the zeros of polynomial functions by using the rational roots theorem, synthetic division, and the quadratic formula. They will do so by going on a QR code scavenger hunt. Each question answered leads them to the next station. They will use a QR code scanner that can b
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I have always struggled to find real application of the Rational Root Theorem, even though I love it so much. This is a volume optimization problem which lends itself to solving a cubic function. Attached is a list of Common Core standards addressed, an intro to the problem plus the problem itself
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Students solve sixteen problems. A quarter of the problems have students list all the possible roots; the rest have the students find the roots. These can be done in groups, individually, or placed around the room to get students moving. This product comes with an answer sheet and solutions.If you l
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This is a project I have used in both Algebra II and PreCalculus classes to evaluate the Rational Root Theorem. I give them five problems to analyze and determine all the possible real roots using the Rational Root Theorem, Synthetic Division, and the Quadratic Formula. I have used this several ti
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Rational Root Theorem, Descartes' Rule of Signs Flow Chart Notes
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This HUGE (over 550 pages) Algebra 2 bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 15 units of study, perfect for Algebra 2 students. There are over 195 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the s
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