Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #8 - Polynomials and Imaginary Numbers

Polynomials are incredibly useful — not just for mathematicians, but for anyone trying to model something complicated, like the weather.

But there can be so much to keep track of when we’re multiplying them, and dividing them can seem impossible. In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra we’ll pull out our magnifying glasses and use detective work (and the best method: the box method) to multiply and factor polynomials.



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Math Topics
Algebra & Pre-Algebra, Imaginary Numbers, Polynomials
High School, College
9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College

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