Evaluating binomials and trinomials

by Shalynn

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We discussed the difference between binomials and trinomials. Then we evaluated a few based on what value x was. J kept saying they were too easy. So we tried some more difficult ones, but alas, they were easy for him too. His favorite is when he gets to determine the value of x and try to stump me.

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Apr 15, 2016
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by: Crewton Ramone



Give him ones he can factor and evaluate too...

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