Combining Like Terms (with Classifying Polynomials)

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This is a double-sided worksheet, notes on one side, homework/practice on the other (or both sides could be used as extra practice). The front provides 12 examples that can be used as notes/guided practice to teach/review how to combine like terms. I teach my students to use colors and shapes around similar terms. Therefore, the font of each question is large. The back gives extra practice through 8 more problems, but also asks the student to write their answer in standard form, state the degree and classify the polynomial when they are done simplifying. Key included.

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Combining Like Terms (with Classifying Polynomials)
Combining Like Terms (with Classifying Polynomials)
Combining Like Terms (with Classifying Polynomials)
Combining Like Terms (with Classifying Polynomials)