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Math: Solving High Degree Polynomials
These sites include information on solving high degree polynomial equations. Algebraic concepts covered include: solving for graphing, dividing polynomials, cubics, quartics, and the use of the Rational Root Theorem. Includes links to explanations and interactive applets for solving these types of equations. Links to eThemes Resources: Math: Quadratic Equations: Graphs and Patterns, and Math: Quadratic Functions.
See these explanation for solving higher degree polynomial equations that includes a discussion of polynomial functions and equations, remainder and factor theorems, factors and roots of polynomial equations. NOTE: This site includes ads. NOTE: This site includes a link to a guestbook.
This site includes links several lessons designed to review select algebraic concepts concepts such as radical and exponents, basic algebra (part I), basic algebra (part II), expansion, dividing and factoring polynomials, solving equations and inequalities, Cartesian coordinate system and functions, functions and first degree curves, and second degree and trigonometric curves.
These resources provides links to formulas useful in solving polynomial equations; includes links to classical orthogonal polynomials, associated Legendre polynomials and spherical harmonics, and other polynomials.
These sites focus on graphs of quadratic functions. Learn how to plot the graphs and observe patterns of quadratic functions from the graphs. Includes online simulations, tutorials, and exercises. There are also eThemes Resources on quadratic functions and algebra.
These sites are about quadratic functions and parabolas. Learn about factoring quadratics and factoring methods, quadratic graphing, solving quadratics, deriving quadratic equations, and using the equations. Includes examples of real world applications, games, lesson plans, printable worksheets, and exercises. There are also links to eThemes Resources on algebra and conic sections.