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 Polynominals Fractions Subtraction
 Before you start working on Polynominals that look like fractions be sure that adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions fractions are not difficult for you. If they are go back and review any of the above that you are unsure of. To play the movie, the a Flash player must be installed. Your browser needs to be configured to use the FlashPlayer as an application (see your browser preferences). If you are using Internet Explorer for Windows, you must install the latest Flash Active Plug in. (See www.macromedia.com)
 Polynomials consists of: variables (another name for letters) - always h = variable a coefficient (the number in front of a variable) - 2k sometimes even a exponent (a small number written after the variable - 3ft an operation sign (tells you what to do) sometimes + - x / a constant (number that stands alone - sometimes Polynomials should be solved by first placing them order by degree (that is the highest exponent goes first). Second place in alphabetical order Next simplify like terms c + c + c becomes 3c Finally use the order of operation to simply the polynominal further. Finally you are ready to solve the polynomial. Notice the variable is never capitalized. 3(h + 5) becomes 3h + 15 m (a + 4) becomes am + 4m 4g + 6 g becomes 10 g 19b + 8b becomes 27b Easy isn't?