# GAME: TIC TAC TOE Dividing Polynomials (Long Division and/or Synthetic Division)

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This is an Interactive PowerPoint game. Therefore, this game must be played in SLIDESHOW MODE in MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.

Objective of the Game:
Answer different questions about the Dividing Polynomials and be able to place 3 Xs or 3 Os horizontally, vertically, or diagonally before the other player

Directions:
This PowerPoint Show consists of 4 Different Games. Each game has a grid of a 3 x 3 squares where each square on the grid is linked to a question on Dividing Polynomials. The game is played the traditional way of playing Tic Tac Toe. First player will click on a desired square which will be linked to a question that must to be answered. Both players will answer the question on their individual Recording Forms. Players will check their answers against the correct answer (provided on the slide) and go back to the Score Board to place an “X” or “O”. Players will alternate until a winner is declared or the game is a draw. Suggested directions on how to play the game are included.

When the game is completed, students have the ability to re-play the same game for additional practice, or start a new game.

The 4 games of this activity are targeting the following concepts:
☑ Game 1: Dividing Polynomials using ONLY LONG DIVISION (Questions could be answered by using LONG DIVISION only)
☑ Game 2: Dividing Polynomials (Students could choose either Synthetic or Long Division – All questions could be done using synthetic division in this game)
☑ Game 3: Is the “BINOMIAL” a factor of the “POLYNOMIAL”. Students could answer this question using The Factor Theorem, Synthetic Division (in some cases), or Long Division (in some cases)
☑ Game 4: Applications on Dividing Polynomials and concept review questions

Students should feel very comfortable with:
☑  Using Long Division to divide polynomials
☑  Using Synthetic Division to divide polynomials
☑  Making judgment on the best technique to use (Long Division VS. Synthetic Division as the directions say “DIVIDE”)
☑  Area of Triangle, Rectangle, and Volume of a Box
☑ Divisor, Dividend, & Quotient “TERMINOLOGIES”

The above preview contains the questions of this game. Please take a look at it before purchasing.

☑  TIC TAC TOE Exponent Show
☑  TIC TAC TOE Recording Forms (Several Options to choose from)

This game requires that students pair up and play against each others. It is also great when class is divided into two teams where the game is projected on a Smartboard or Whiteboard. Tic Tac Toe brings "engagement, motivation, and happiness" to students as it allows them to use strategy, critical thinking, and have fun while working on their questions.

Please check out this TIC TAC TOE FREEBIE to make sure that the format of this file works on your computer. Also, please check out the video associated with this game above.

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