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The Daily Sheet #25
Bellwork : Section 5.1 Classifying Polynomials Name
Today’s Practice Problems
(You should be able to complete all of these by the end of the lesson today)
Write each polynomial in standard form. Then classify it by degree and by number of terms.
1. 4x + x + 2 2. x2 + 3x 4x3 3. 6 2x3 4 + x3
Write in standard form, determine the end behavior, and find the number of possible turning points. 4. y = 5 + 2x + 7x2 5x3 5. y = 20 + 5x6 + 3x 11x3
6. Error Analysis A student claims the function y = 3x4 x3 + 7 is a fourth-degree polynomial with end behavior of down and down. Describe the error the student made. What is wrong with this statement?
7. Writing Explain why finding the degree of a polynomial is easier when the polynomial is written in standard form.