Multiplying Binomials Lesson Cross Curriular to Science

Multiplying Binomials Lesson Cross Curriular to Science
Multiplying Binomials Lesson Cross Curriular to Science
Multiplying Binomials Lesson Cross Curriular to Science
Multiplying Binomials Lesson Cross Curriular to Science
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Multiplying binomials is often a challenge for some students. We teach them that it involves a double distribution, or the F.O.I.L. method, but sometimes it still doesn't "click". Why not use a box? Or a Punnett square to be exact. In biology a Punnett square is used to determine genetic outcomes. This is often taught in middle school science but the connection to math is often skipped over. This is a short little passage that describes how Punnett squares and multiplying binomials are similar. There are three examples, one genetic, one multiplying binomials, and then the last one multiplies a binomial by a trinomial. Check it out!!! Please leave me feedback or email me and let me know what you think.
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