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Sun, 30 Aug 2015 15:52:13 +0000http://educationrealist.wordpress.com/?p=535#comment-9756the synthetic division is a shorter process for solving equations on superior grade 3th , 4th so on.
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Mon, 12 Aug 2013 11:09:35 +0000http://educationrealist.wordpress.com/?p=535#comment-3773[…] the past two years, I’ve played with different ways of teaching polynomial operations, and different ways of introducing synthetic […]
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Sat, 27 Oct 2012 21:31:02 +0000http://educationrealist.wordpress.com/?p=535#comment-1010[…] Three teaching pieces that are regularly linked to or used as references by teachers: Modeling Linear Equations, Teaching Algebra, or Banging Your Head with a Whiteboard, and Teaching Polynomials. […]
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Wed, 21 Mar 2012 08:48:54 +0000http://educationrealist.wordpress.com/?p=535#comment-133[…] The polynomial quiz results were fantastic. Over half the class got a perfect score; no one outright failed–that is, all of the students did at least one of the four problems correctly. […]
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