Friday, November 11, 2005

The Aliens have learned there vocabulary in polynomials

Aliens : Earth people can you teach some vocabulary words in polynomials
Earthlings : ok little creatures we will help you learn your vocabulary in polynomials.
Numerical coefficient : is a number that multiplies a variable.
Constant : are numbers without any variables.
Monomial : an expression consisting a single term e.g. 3y.
Binomial : a polynomial with 2 terms link by a plus or minus sign e.g. 3y + 4z.
Trinomial : a polynomial with 3 terms.
Like terms : terms that are alike or terms with the same variables.
Unlike terms : terms that have different variables.
Exponent : is a small number placed on the upper right side of the number that indicates how many times the number will be multiplied by it self.
Brackets : it tells you that you need to do the equation inside the brackets before you do the equation outside the brackets.
Variable : is a letter that represent a a number.
Polynomial : is a term that has more than 2 terms.
Group 2 : George , Azrael , Junneil , Edward , Sunshine

3 Comments:

At 7:57 PM, Anonymous Ms. Armstrong said...

Way to go. Now the aliens have no excuse for not understanding the other groups explanations. They have all of the definitions that they will need.

 
At 9:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMG you guys are learning what I learned AT THE END of gr 9 -_- but then again that was terms and jr high...and this is semesters, :P hehehe.

 
At 7:48 PM, Anonymous mrs. silva said...

WOW I am truly impressed s1's.
I am going to tell the world.

 

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