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## POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial

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**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property.**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. Distributive Property**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 :**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Use the distributive property…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Use the distributive property…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 : Now separate numbers and variables and multiply. Don’t forget to ADD exponents when multiplying like variables. Variables that are “by themselves” are attached and “come along for the ride”…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 1 :**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 :**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : - Distributive property**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now separate numbers and variables…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now multiply…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**When multiplying a monomial and a polynomial, multiply the monomial by EACH term in the polynomial. It’s called the Distributive Property. EXAMPLE # 2 : Now multiply…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 :**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Use the distributive property…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Use the distributive property…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Notice now we are distributing the next monomial…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Notice now we are distributing the next monomial…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Multiply and apply your exponent rule…**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 :**POLYNOMIALS – Monomial Times a Polynomial**In some cases, the distributive property might have to be applied several times. You could have monomials multiplied by binomials separated by addition / subtraction. Once an addition or subtraction sign is inserted, the distributive property stops at the sign. Then the next monomial is distributed into the next polynomial. EXAMPLE # 3 : Combine like terms and write answer in descending order of exponents……