# Algebra and Polynomials Task Cards and UNIQUE Activity

7th - 11th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Standards
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• Zip
Pages
13 pages

### Description

This 15 Algebra and Polynomials Task Card resource allows your students to review Alegebra and Polynomials (includes some word problems). Questions include: #1. State the degree of the following polynomial.... #12. Write an algebraic expression in simplest form for the perimeter of the rectangle whose length is. #15. The area of the rectangle is 18xy^2 squared units. If the width is 3x units, what is the length?

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This Algebra and Polynomials task card resource is very unique. It can be utilized in a clue gathering, puzzle solving, highly active and engaging activity for those learning about solving Algebra and Polynomials problems or as an alternative to worksheet review for older students. What I love to do is have the kids go through the activity for the first half or two thirds of our review period then spend the remainder of the time reviewing the questions as a class on the overhead projector. Do you use Math Workshops in your class? These would be perfect! All answers are included and the game is really easy to understand.

I've also included a simple word document which just contains the questions and answers. I usually give this out to my students after we've completed the activity for them to review at home.

Please view the preview to gain a sense of how easily and effectively this resource could be incorporated into your Forces Unit.

What's included:
- Student worksheet
- Task Card Review Game Word Chart
- A complete answer chart for teacher and/or student use

Overview:

1) Task card review game - lots of fun!
- Students are placed in groups of two and have to work their way through the task cards. Each task card answer leads the student to a clue (a word).
- Once the group has completed each task card they will have enough clues to solve the puzzle.
- Once the group has solved the puzzle, they are the winner.

Please view the preview file to get a better idea of how you could utilize this resource in your classroom.

- You can simply distribute the Task Cards to your class for individual, group or whole class review
- The Task Cards can be projected on the board for whole class review
- The cards work well as cue cards, test review, etc.

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Decimals - Four Basic Operations
Multiplication and Division Word Problems
Fractions

High School Mathematics:
Polynomials - Binomials and Trinomials
System of Linear Equations
Measurement of 3D Objects
Solving Trigonometry Problems

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Total Pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.
Know and apply the Remainder Theorem: For a polynomial π±(πΉ) and a number π’, the remainder on division by πΉ β π’ is π±(π’), so π±(π’) = 0 if and only if (πΉ β π’) is a factor of π±(πΉ).
Identify zeros of polynomials when suitable factorizations are available, and use the zeros to construct a rough graph of the function defined by the polynomial.