Algebra Math Book - Introductory Algebra

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Algebra Math book - Introductory Algebra - Chapter Objectives

This page of my algebra math book, Introductory Algebra,  is a complete list of the objectives discussed in this Chapter and the Section they appear in.

Chapter 4 - Exponents and Polynomials

Sec4.1 Section4.1-Positive Integral Exponents 1.  Find the square, cube, 4th,,nth powers of a monomial.
2.  Find the quotient of two monomials.

Sec4.2 Section4.2-Polynomials 3.  State the degree of a polynomial written in a single variable.
4.  Write a polynomial in decreasing or ascending order.
5.  Determine the degree of a polynomial written in several variables and the degree of each term.
6.  Find the value of a polynomial given specific values for the variable(s).

Sec4.3 Section4.3-Addition of Polynomials 7.  Find the sum of two or more polynomials using either a horizontal or vertical format.
8.  Find the sum of two or more polynomials written in several variables using either a horizontal or vertical format.

Sec4.4 Section4.4-Subtraction of Polynomials 9.  Find the difference of two polynomials written in one or more variables using either a horizontal or vertical format.

Sec4.5 Section4.5-Multiplicaton of Polynomials 10.  Find the product of a monomial and a polynomial where each factor is written in one or more variables.
11.  Find the product of two binomials where each factor is written in one or more variables.
12.  Square a binomial.
13.  Find the product of two polynomials written in one or more variables.

Sec4.6 Section4.6-Division of Polynomials 14.  Given a polynomial written in a single variable, divide it by a monomial written in the same variable.
15.  Divide one polynomial by another, each written in the same variable, finding the quotient and remainder.

Sec4.7 Section4.7-Negative and Zero Exponents 16.  Rewrite an expression with a negative exponent as one with a positive exponent.
17.  Rewrite decimal numerals in scientific notation.

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