# Polynominals basics

• Jul 20th 2009, 12:29 AM
Awsom Guy
Polynominals basics
I don't know any polynominal stuff(Crying), can someone give me some easy questions and answers for some questions.
Thanks(Rofl)
• Jul 20th 2009, 12:52 AM
yeongil
Somebody here (Granddad? Soroban? HallsOfIvy?) has recommended the Purplemath website on more than one occasion. So go to their list of topics here: Practical Algebra Lessons and look over the lessons that deal with polynomials. If you want problems you could probably do a Google search.

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• Jul 20th 2009, 01:00 AM
mr fantastic
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Originally Posted by Awsom Guy
I don't know any polynominal stuff(Crying), can someone give me some easy questions and answers for some questions.
Thanks(Rofl)

Haven't you got a teacher or a textbook?
• Jul 20th 2009, 01:02 AM
Awsom Guy
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Originally Posted by mr fantastic
Haven't you got a teacher or a textbook?

I do. I just need some extra help......???? This is what this is for right, asking questions.
• Jul 20th 2009, 01:21 AM
mr fantastic
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Originally Posted by Awsom Guy
I do. I just need some extra help......???? This is what this is for right, asking questions.

1. When you say:
Quote:

I don't know any polynominal stuff(Crying), can someone give me some easy questions and answers for some questions.
it's natural to assume that you're not utilising the resources that should already be available to you.

3. You should make it clear that you want resources additional to those that are currently available to you. It would also help if you explained what you actually do and don't know, and why the questions available to you in your classroom are not helping. This will help to determine what level of resources you actually do need. But your teacher will know better than us what your specific needs are (that's part of your teacher's job description). Which therefore brings me back to #2 ....
• Jul 20th 2009, 01:57 AM
Awsom Guy
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Originally Posted by mr fantastic
1. When you say:

it's natural to assume that you're not utilising the resources that should already be available to you.

3. You should make it clear that you want resources additional to those that are currently available to you. It would also help if you explained what you actually do and don't know, and why the questions available to you in your classroom are not helping. This will help to determine what level of resources you actually do need. But your teacher will know better than us what your specific needs are (that's part of your teacher's job description). Which therefore brings me back to #2 ....

I haven't done this stuff with the teacher I'm just getting a brief idea about this stuff.
• Jul 20th 2009, 02:07 AM
mr fantastic
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Originally Posted by Awsom Guy
I haven't done this stuff with the teacher I'm just getting a brief idea about this stuff.