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This Scavenger Hunt is part of:
☑ Algebra II - Polynomial Functions UNIT All in one resources
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Dividing Polynomials (Long Division and/or Synthetic Division) Math Lib
Students will practice dividing polynomials using long division and/or synthetic division with this Math Lib Activity. Some problems include a dividend with missing powers.
The answer at each station will give them a piece t

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Synthetic Division Engaging Game plus HW. This can also be used for long division in Algebra 1. Appropriate for Algebra 2, PreCalculus, College Algebra
Super fun way to engage students in practice and review of synthetic division. Students of all ages still love playing dots and boxes or as it i

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In this worksheet, students will practice synthetic division in a fun Sudoku puzzle.
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Sudoku puzzle
Solutions
The student directions on the puzzle state: On a separate sheet of paper, solve each problem and place the remainder in the indicated row and column of the puzzle. Then

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This bundle (11 products) includes a variety of activities to working with the "Dividing Polynomials" Concept which is an essential objective of the common core state standards and is very much needed i

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Believe it or not, even middle and high school students love to color!
In this worksheet, students will solve 5 polynomial equations by using synthetic division. As they solve the equations, they should write their real answers in order from smallest to largest. The solutions match up to a color

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These 18 task cards are a great way to challenge your Algebra students and assess their proficiency in dividing by a monomial, long division and synthetic division. There are 18 cards in total. The last five problems students must decide which method they will use to divide. The answers are included

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The topics included in these notes are the following:
1. Division of Polynomials: each problem is completed using both methods
• Long division – it is suggested teaching long division should be done first, all problems are completed using long division and then to help you save on paper copies, you

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There are a total of 20 task cards for students to complete on long division and synthetic division of polynomials. For this activity, students will practice their long and synthetic division of polynomial skills.
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No missing powers, leading coefficient is 1, polynomial is in

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Drag and Drop Synthetic Division with Google® Slides for Algebra 2, PreCalculus Paperless and NO Prep for you
Drag & Drop Synthetic Division! Fun, new, and innovative! On each of ten slides your students will set up the problem and solve it by dragging fun

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This is notes, worksheet with 18 problems and key. The topics include polynomial long division, synthetic division and the remainder theorem.
Common Core Standards: A.APR.1

This activity is part of these two bundles:
• Dividing Polynomials Bundle
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This is a group activity on division of polynomials. I have got this idea from some website and made a complete set for the requirement of my class. This activity can be used to test the students on the topic, long division and synthetic division of polynomials. There are 5 different versions with

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In this super secret number puzzle, students will practice factoring polynomials using synthetic division.
Students find the answers to each of the eight questions and then add their answers together – this is the super secret number. After a bit of time, I tell them what the super secret number s

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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by dividing polynomials with a degree of two or three by a binomial. This includes polynomials not in standard form, missing powers, and remainders. Includes 5 sets of boards!
Please see the previe

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This set of interactive notebook foldables for Polynomial division includes steps for long division and synthetic division of polynomials. These notebook pages include notes and practice problems. These pages are intended for Pre-Calculus students.
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This is a partner activity. One partner works the problem using long division and the other partner works the problem using synthetic division. Answers are compared at the end of each problem and fixed if needed. Papers are switched halfway through to practice the other method. At the end, stude

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This worksheet consists of ten problems on division of polynomials using synthetic division. This can be used as an extra practice on this concept, a homework assignment, or as a mini quiz for algebra and precalculus/calculus students. Answer key is provided so that teachers can have a quick check

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This maze is part of :
☑ Maze - BUNDLE Operations on Polynomials
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This EMOJI activity is included in
• EMOJI - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions 50%+ OFF (8 EMOJIS = 96 Questions)
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This Exit Ticket product is part of:
• Exit Ticket - BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
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In this lesson, students analyze and discover how to divide polynomials using synthetic division.
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• Video Warm-Up: Students preview the lesson by watching a short video on YouTube and then come to class with some prior knowledge. Warm-up handout included t

This set of 16 problem cards and 16 solution cards on Polynomial division are a great way to practice and assess students’ understanding of dividing polynomials using synthetic division or long division. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has problems.

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In this set of 8 task cards, students will have the opportunity to practice solving equations by using synthetic division.
Each card has a QR Code on it that students can scan when they are finished to see if they have the correct answer.
Students are provided with a record sheet that they can use

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Part of what I like to call my Best Practice note sheets. This lesson leads students through a discussion about why irrational roots and imaginary roots occur in conjugate pairs. Practice questions include synthetic division. Answer key is separately posted as a free resource under Irrational Im

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Guided notes teaching how to find additional roots by using synthetic division and factoring, and then graphing using the roots, y-intercept, and end behavior. Emphasis is on non-calculator based learning and graphing. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.

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This file contains eight slides that students can use to practice solving equations by using synthetic division. Students solve each problem and then drag transparent yellow boxes over their solutions.
Student record sheet and answer key included.
This activity is a digital version of my syntheti

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This is a brief notes outline that I created for my algebra 2 students.
It covers:
long division of polynomials by binomials
synthetic division
factor theorem
remainder theorem
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This activity includes 12 prepared synthetic division task cards, 4 blank task cards, an output sheet for student work, and an answer key. Blank cards work well for differentiation, or to give students opportunities to write their own practice problems. Enjoy!

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Notes designed for Algebra II classroom. Addresses A-APR.A.2 and A-APR.A.3. Includes Synthetic Division of Polynomials and use of the Remainder Theorem.

Students will follow the hand motions of a set of Emoji's to create a sketch of a polynomial function! From there, they will decide where the x-intercept(s) and y-intercept are, state domain/range, end behaviour, intervals of increase/decrease and describe their function in factored and expanded for

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This skill builder helps students practice the skill of dividing polynomials using synthetic division. These problems frequently appear on state assessments and the ACT. This product is perfect for unit reviews, substitute teachers packets, or for students who need a little extra practice.

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This is a keynote presentation (PowerPoint for Mac). I use these presentations every day to teach. Instead of spending all my time writing the problem on the board allow the slideshow to do all the work for you. Using the slideshow will allow you to focus on students instead of writing the problem d

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SYNTHETIC DIVISION WORKSHEET. Solve the binomial divisor equal to zero. Multiply and Add Patterns..etc..

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This worksheet focuses on Synthetic Division. The problems range from quadratics to 4th degree polynomials with a combination remainder and non-remainder solutions.
Each question corresponds to a matching answer that gets colored in to form a symmetrical design. Not only does this make it fun and

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This file contains a Smart Notebook file and a PDF file. The pdf file describes how each slide works in the Smart Notebook file. The Smart Notebook file can be used to help students see the relationship between synthetic division and direct substitution.
A Do Now has students substitute into alg

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This is a lesson that reviews synthetic division that was learned in Algebra 2, and shows how to extend the process when the coefficient of the divisor is a number other than one.
NOTE: Math Type 5.0 was used to create this lesson.

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This includes a quick introductory lesson for synthetic division, an answer key for the notes, as well as a reflective warm up and reflective exit slip.

Assignment checking the ability to find additional roots by using synthetic division and factoring, and then graphing using the roots, y-intercept, and end behavior. Emphasis is on non-calculator based graphing and factoring different types of polynomials. I also have corresponding notes of the same

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Use this introduction to Synthetic Division after students have learned how to divide polynomials using long division. The first page is a written explanation of the synthetic division process, and a comparison to the long division method. The next page has a complete example as well as a blank prob

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This is a guide that shows students how to solve synthetic division problems. This would work best laminated or placed in a page protector and allowing students to fill in their problems to learn the pattern. It can also be used in interactive notebooks as a guide.

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Use this guided note sheet to review long division of polynomials and show how synthetic division can be used as a shortcut to divide a higher degree polynomial by a linear factor.
Great for use with whole class instruction or have students complete the lesson on their own by following this

This set of interactive notebook foldables for Polynomial division includes steps for long division and synthetic division of polynomials. This is the third lesson in Alg

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This lesson is 2nd part to synthetic division. Using synthetic division by x - a, this lesson goes a step further when the divisor is factorable quadratics. This contains video lesson. It can be used to refer how I carry the lesson or it can be used for students as they review.
This file contains s

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Students will learn to perform synthetic division of polynomials. With this resource students gradually become more independent in performing synthetic division. They begin with color coded problems to help ensure the correct completion and progress to independent setup and completion. This resour

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This colorful handout can add some flair to student notebooks! This handout includes:
Synthetic Division which has the steps on how to use synthetic division.
This handout is ready to print to fit into an interactive notebook!
*** There is a Polynomial Handouts Bundle with more handouts in my st

Three sets of digital task cards for Polynomial division make it easy to differentiate for students in practicing or assessing dividing polynomials using synthetic division or long division. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has problems. The other se

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No grading or prep work necessary for these digital task cards.
14 questions encompassing long and synthetic division. This is a great review or a sub plan activity.
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Students should have 2 windows open side by side. The Google Form is their answer sheet, it can be smaller. The G

Students work in groups of two or three to arrange steps in the correct order to complete synthetic division. These divisions involve third degree polynomials and have eight steps. Some have remainders and some divide evenly. Some factors are integers and some are fractions.

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This Polynomial Division activity is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom. 8 problems require a polynomial response.
Problems are already on the sheet. Students should enter their answer in the yellow boxes. They should enter each part of the polynomial separately. Th

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This Polynomial Division activity is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom. 8 problems require a polynomial response.
Problems are already on the sheet. Students should enter their answer in the yellow boxes. They should enter each part of the polynomial separately. Th

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1. Express the polynomial in standard form
2. Write out the coefficients of the polynomial, ensuring that a zero is placed
appropriately as coefficients for missing degrees of the polynomial
3. Solve the binomial divisor equal to zero
4. Apply the multiply and add Patterns
5. The remain

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