Mode of learning : Online - Self Paced
Domain / Subject : Mathematics & Science
Function : Teaching
Trainer name : Barry Mabillard
Difficulty : Medium
Advanced Functions: Polynomial Division Part 2 of 6
Workbook : The workbook for Polynomial Division can be found in the introduction. Students should make two printouts of this workbook. Label the first printout "Lecture Notes", and label the second printout "Practice".
Videos : The videos present a fully animated solution for each question in the workbook.
Strategy for Polynomial Division : This lesson takes two days to complete, with a time commitment of 60-75 minutes each day.
In the Practice workbook, do the examples you just learned on your own, without external help. This step is required to reinforce the concepts and gain mastery.
What are the requirements?
Advanced Functions: Polynomial Functions
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 18 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Divide polynomials using long division.
Divide polynomials using synthetic division.
Express polynomial division using the division theorem.
Determine the remainder using the remainder theorem.
Determine factors using the factor theorem.
What is the target audience?
Section 1: Day One: Examples 1 - 8 (46 Minutes)
Long and Synthetic Division of Polynomial Functions
Polynomial Division (Long Division)
Polynomial Division (Synthetic Division).
Polynomial Division (Factoring).
Solving for an unknown using Polynomial Division.
Application (dimensions of a rectangular prism).
Dividing Polynomials (given a graph).
Finding the Dividend and Divisor (given the quotient and remainder).
Section 2: Day Two: Examples 9 - 15 (41 Minutes)
The Remainder Theorem
The Factor Theorem
Is the Divisor a Factor?
Solving for an unknown with the Remainder Theorem.
Solving for unknowns with the Remainder and Factor Theorems.
Section 3: Other Lesson Materials
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