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Factoring out a GCF from a polynomial using reverse distributive property
This lesson will look at an example on how to factor out a GCF from a polynomial using reverse distributive property.
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Getting rid of parentheses when you add and multiply
The distributive law works for multiplying, but also dividing
It works for multiplication and division, but that's it!
Roots are also exponents, so the same rules apply!
What is the definition of standard form, degree and leading coefficient of a polynomial
This lesson will look at the definition of standard form, degree and leading coefficient of a polynomial and will go through examples.
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