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Algebra 1

By using Scientific Notation, you will discover the mathematical language used to communicate numbers of size that are too large or small for standard equations. Concepts such as Multiplying with Scientific Notation, Determining Degree in Monomials, and Power of a Power Property for Exponents will give you the tools and practice you need to simplify polynomials and evaluate expressions containing exponents. Topics such as Degree in Monomials cover the basics, while more sophisticated concepts are covered in Quotient of a Power Property for Exponents.

- Scientific Notation
- Applications of Scientific Notation
- Converting to Scientific Notation
- From Scientific Notation to Standard Form
- Adding with Scientific Notation
- Subtracting with Scientific Notation
- Multiplying with Scientific Notation
- Dividing with Scientific Notation
- Scientific Notation in the Real World
- Identifying Monomials
- Degree in Monomials
- Determining Degree in Monomials
- Adding and Subtracting Monomials
- Zero Exponents Property for Exponents
- Negative Exponent Property for Exponents
- Product of a Power Property for Exponents
- Power of a Power Property for Exponents
- Power of a Product Property for Exponents
- Multiply Monomial Expressions with Exponents
- Quotient of a Power Property for Exponents
- Power of Quotients Property for Exponents
- Divide Monomial Expressions with Exponents
- Introduction to Polynomials
- Types of Polynomials
- Degree in Polynomials
- Ordering Polynomial Expressions
- Determining Degree in Polynomials
- Plugging Values in Polynomials
- Polynomial Addition and Subtraction
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomials in the Real World
- Polynomial Multiplication and Division
- Multiplying Monomials and Polynomials
- Multiplying Polynomials
- Polynomials Divided by Monomials
- Factoring Polynomial Expressions
- Multiplying and Dividing Monomial Expressions with Integral Exponents

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