Dividing Polynomials

Students will learn how to divide polynomials.



• Students will learn how to divide monomials and binomials.

• Students will learn how to divide monomials and trinomials.

• Students will practice these skills in their independent work.


Suggested Grades:

Seventh Grade - Eighth Grade - Ninth Grade - Tenth Grade - including special education students

Lesson Procedure:

Print the classroom lesson plan and worksheet questions (see below).


Lesson Excerpt:

Dividing Polynomials

- "The first problems that we are going to work on are binomials that are being divided by monomials. Remember that a binomial is two terms connected with either addition or subtraction, and that a monomial is one term. Here is an example:"
- On Board: (6x2 - 7) / 2x
- "Now when we were working on rational expressions, we had polynomials that were in fraction form where a polynomial was a numerator and denominator. Because of that, we needed to turn the problem into multiplication and multiply by the reciprocal of the second rational expression."



Lesson Printables:

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Dividing Polynomials







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