Algebra 2: Solving 3rd & 4th Degree Poly Eqns 265
Preview
You Might Also Like

College Algebra: Graphing Polynomial Functions 
Trig: Solving 1st Degree Trig Equations 325 
Algebra 2: Factoring Quadratic Equations 230 
Algebra 2: Using the Quadratic Formula 235 
Exponents & Logs: Solve Exponential Equations 400 
Solving Equations Using the Laws Logarithms 420 
Logarithms: Change of Base Rule 425 
Algebra 1: Factoring Polynomials 170 
Algebra 1: Long Division of A Polynomial 130 
Algebra 2: Polynomial Functions Synth Div 260 
Algebra: Linear Equation Word Problems Part 1 140 
Algebra 1: Basic Algebra Part II 120 
Algebra 1: Operations With Radicals 160 
Algebra 1: Long Division of A Polynomial 130 
Algebra 1: Multiplication of Polynomials 125 
Algebra 1: Solving Linear Equations Word Probs 145 
Algebra 1: The 5 Basic Exponent Laws 115 
Algebra 1  Basic Algebra Part I 110 
Algebra 2: Polynomial Functions Synth Div 260 
Algebra 2: Solving Radical Equations 255

Algebra 2: Polynomial Functions Synth Div 260 
Algebra 1: Long Division of A Polynomial 130 
Algebra 1: Factoring Polynomials 170 
Logarithms: Change of Base Rule 425 
Solving Equations Using the Laws Logarithms 420 
Exponents & Logs: Solve Exponential Equations 400 
Algebra 2: Using the Quadratic Formula 235 
Algebra 2: Factoring Quadratic Equations 230 
Trig: Solving 1st Degree Trig Equations 325 
College Algebra: Graphing Polynomial Functions
About this Lesson
 Type: Video Tutorial
 Length: 81:00
 Media: Flash video file
 Use: Watch Online
 Access Period: 90 Days
 Posted: 08/05/2009
This lesson is part of the following series:
Algebra 2 (12 Lessons) (12 lessons, $32.67)
Advanced Algebra (5 Lessons) (5 lessons, $19.80)
Algebra Relations and Functions (5 Lessons) (5 lessons, $19.80)
This 81 minute algebra 2 lesson will show you how to solve 3rd and 4th degree polynomial equations using:
 common factor
 difference of squares
 trinomials
 the quadratic formula
 the factor theorem
After this lesson you will understand:
 the difference between a polynomial equation and a polynomial function
 how to identify real & nonreal zeros
 how to sketch the graphs of 3rd & 4th degree polynomial functions using the zeros (x intercepts) and the sign of the leading coefficient and the y intercept.
Sample Question: Solve x^3 â€“ 4x^2 + 2x + 7 = 0 and sketch the graph of the function
This lesson contains explanations of the concepts and 16 example questions with step by step solutions plus 6 interactive review questions with solutions.
Lessons that will help you with the fundamentals of this lesson include:
 130 Long Division of a Polynomial by a Binomial (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5064)
 170 Factoring Polynomials (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5071)
 205 Solving Systems of Linear Equations (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5083)
 260 Polynomial Functions (Synthetic Division, Evaluating, The Remainder & Factor Theorems, Integral and Rational Zeros) (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/5059)
About this Author
 Teacher Sydney
 65 lessons
 Joined:
07/02/2009
Teacher Sydney is a certified teacher, B.A., B. Ed. (Math Major). She prepared a math help program consisting of 65 very comprehensive, plain and "no fluff" math video lessons.
These lessons are a convenient and easy way to get math help. Pick and choose only the lesson(s) or packages (series) that you want. There are free previews. You might look at the Transcripts for a quick review of the lesson content.
For a complete list of lessons available on MindBites (mathmadesimple.mindbites.com. To access free previews.
To Contact us please email mathmadesimple.com@gmail.com
Recent Reviews
 Great tutorial on how to solve 3rd and 4th degr...
 09/25/2009

This video tutorial really helps you learn how to solve cubic polynomial equation by factoring and graphing as well as how to solve quartic polynomial equations by factoring and graphing. It is 1 1/2 hours long and is seriously an entire class. It's the best deal for the amount of information you learn!
This 81 minute algebra 2 math help lesson covers solving 3rd and 4th degree polynomial equations and graphing related solutions
Solve Using:
 Common factor
 Difference of squares
 Trinomials
 Quadratic formula
 Factor thorem
Connection is made between the real roots of an equation x intercepts (zeros) of the corresponding polynomial function
Non real or imaginary roots
The polynomial function is graphed by using the x intercepts, the sign of the leading coefficient and the y intercept
The difference between a polynomial equation and a polynomial function
Identify real and non real zeros
Get it Now and Start Learning
Embed this video on your site
Copy and paste the following snippet:
Link to this page
Copy and paste the following snippet:
This video tutorial really helps you learn how to solve cubic polynomial equation by factoring and graphing as well as how to solve quartic polynomial equations by factoring and graphing. It is 1 1/2 hours long and is seriously an entire class. It's the best deal for the amount of information you learn!