Select the cluster for resources on this page:
Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
Mathwords.com: Math Dictionary: Key vocabulary for this domain. Use with APR-A, APR-B, APR-C and APR-D:
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: Algebra Tiles: Visualize multiplying and factoring algebraic expressions using tiles. Several activities are provided. Use with APR-A.1.
Purple Math:
Study.com: Algebra: Exponents and Polynomials: 10 video lessons. Each includes sample problems and a quiz. View: How to Add, Subtract and Multiply Polynomials. Use with APR-A.1.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: Download the free Wolfram CDF player to interact with the following manipulatives: US Common Core State Standard Math HSA-APR.A.1: 4 manipulatives: Multiplying a monomial and a linear polynomial, squaring a binomial, multiplying binomials, polynomial long multiplication.
Zweigmedia.com: Algebra Review Tutorials and examples using fill-in or multiple choice to test understanding. Learners can also choose to do game versions of some topics. Use with APR-A.1: Multiplying algebraic expressions.
Multiple Choice:
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
Khan Academy: see Algebra 1: Introduction to Polynomials: Practice questions with videos.
MathsIsFun.com: Tutorials on polynomials and operations with those. Examples are shown. Learners then complete 10 multiple choice problems in each section. Aligns with APR-A.1:
Constructed-response:
MATHguide.com: Operations on Polynomials: Lessons on how to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials. Multiplication with only two binomials could be via FOIL method; however, using a table can be done with any two polynomials--very interesting method. Each lesson is followed by a quizmaster. Fill-in and check answers.
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Algebra: Powers of 11: Aligns with standards APR-A.1 and APR-C.5.
Mathematics Assessment Project: Standards: High School: Algebra: https://www.map.mathshell.org/stds.php?standardid=1190 Task 437: Manipulating Polynomials
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 3 Student Edition:
Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
Ohio Resource Center on YouTube: Tutorials for High School Mathematics: Generating Polynomial Equations for Given Roots. Using factoring, multiplying binomials, and graphing to build equations.
Purple Math:
YouTube video lessons: Use the following with APR-B.2:
YouTube video lessons: Use the following with APR-B.3:
A. Dendane: Analyze Math:
Study.com: Algebra: Exponents and Polynomials: 10 video lessons. Each includes sample problems and a quiz. View: How to Graph Cubics, Quartics, Quintics and Beyond. Use with APR-B.3.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: Download the free Wolfram CDF player to interact with the following manipulatives. Note: Within the Wolfram Demonstration Project are 5 manipulatives addressing APR-B.2 and 15 manipulatives addressing APR-B.3: Among those are:
Zweigmedia.com: Algebra Review Tutorials and examples using fill-in or multiple choice to test understanding. Learners can also choose to do game versions of some topics. Use with APR-B.3:
Multiple Choice:
A. Dendane: Analyze Math: Graphs of Polynomial Functions: Multiple choice self-test to identify the graph of the given function provided in its standard form.
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
MathsIsFun.com: Tutorials on polynomials. Examples are shown. Learners then complete 10 multiple choice problems in each section. Aligns with APR-B.2 and APR-B.3:
Constructed-response:
L. Spector: The Math Page: Topics in Precalculus. Students see worked examples of concepts and following the presentation within each section, students are presented problems in constructed response form. They would solve using paper-pencil and then by using their mouse to roll over a box, they see the solution to problems presented.
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Algebra: Following align with APR-B.2:
Mathematics Assessment Project: Standards: High School: Algebra: https://www.map.mathshell.org/stds.php?standardid=1190 Task 436: Representing Polynomials Graphically
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 3 Student Edition:
Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
Thinking Mathematics: Generating Pythagorean Triples: A YouTube video for generating Pythagorean triples using an ordinary multiplication table. Use with APR-C.4.
Dr. Ron Knott of the University of Surrey in the UK: Pythagorean Triangles and Triples: Lesson and interactives to learn more about Pythagorean Triples with several online calculators. Use with APR-C.4.
Art of Problem Solving: Counting and Probability Videos: These are the videos that go with each of the sections within the 14-chapter textbook, Introduction to Counting & Probability. Ch. 12 is on Pascal's Triangle; Ch. 14 videos are on the Binomial Theorem. Use with APR-C.5.
Interactive Mathematics: Binomial Theorem also includes examples. Use with APR-C.5.
Purple Math: Binomial Theorem: Formulas on the binomial theorem with worked examples. Pascal's triangle is included. Use with APR-C.5.
Study.com: Algebra: Probability Mechanics: This chapter of four video lessons includes how to work with factorials and the binomial theorem. Practice problems are included. Each video includes a quiz and there is a multiple choice chapter test following the last video. Use with APR-C.5.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project: Download the free Wolfram CDF player to interact with the following manipulatives:
YouTube video lessons: Use the following with APR-C.5:
Multiple Choice:
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
MathsIsFun.com: Tutorial on the Binomial Theorem. Examples are shown. Learners then complete 10 multiple choice problems. Use with APR-C.5.
Study.com: Algebra: Probability Mechanics multiple choice chapter test. Learners should have completed the chapter Probability Mechanics with its four video lessons on factorials and the binomial theorem before taking the chapter test. Use with APR-C.5.
Constructed-response:
Ohio Department of Education:
Khan Academy:
L. Spector: The Math Page: Topics in Precalculus:
Math Warehouse: Algebra:
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Algebra:
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 3 Student Edition:
Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
Khan Academy video lessons. Use the following with APR-D.6:
LearnZillion:
Purple Math: Use with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7.
Study.com: Algebra: Rational Expressions: This chapter includes six video lessons on rational expressions, each of which includes sample problems and a short quiz. Videos provide the how-to's for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of rational expressions, how to solve a rational equation, and practice problems. There is a multiple choice chapter test following the last video in the chapter. Use with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7.
Multiple Choice:
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
Study.com: Algebra: Rational Expressions multiple choice chapter test. Learners should have completed the Rational Expressions chapter with its six video lessons prior to taking the chapter test. Use with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7.
Constructed-response:
Khan Academy: Algebra 1: Introduction to Polynomials: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomial expressions; and Algebra 2: Rational Expressions, Equations, and Functions: Practice questions with videos. Use the following with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7:
West Texas A & M University: Virtual Math Lab: Intermediate Algebra: Tutorial 36: Practice Test on Tutorials 32-35. This practice test includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of rational expressions. Tutorials 32-35 are the practice test page, if needed. Use with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7.
West Texas A & M University: Virtual Math Lab: College Algebra: Lesson and practice problems. Use with APR-D.6 and APR-D.7:
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Algebra: The following align with standard APR-D.6:
Mathematics Assessment Project: Standards: High School: Algebra: https://www.map.mathshell.org/stds.php?standardid=1190 Task 221: Interpreting Algebraic Expressions
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 3 Student Edition:
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