# Using Area to Multiply Two Binomials Worksheet

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Are you working on multiplying binomials? In this worksheet, students will practice multiplying binomials by finding the area of rectangles! This is a GREAT worksheet for your visual learners!

WORKSHEET SECTIONS

• Key Ideas: students review definition of binomial and relation to area of rectangles
• Guided Practice: students are guided to setting up an equation using an area model
• Practice: students use an area model to set up an equation for area and discover the FOIL method (*FOIL is not mentioned in this worksheet) through the use of the area model; students find the area of several rectangles

POSSIBLE USES:

• bellringers or warm up
• cut up and create stations around your room!
• exit tickets
• homework
• informal assessment
• quiz or test prep

(4 Student Pages; 4 Teacher Pages)

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Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.
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