Math Like This

Simply
Put

Song:

Chorus

I never knew there was a
Math like this before
Never had someone to show me math
Math like this before

Verse 1
I?m glad that Petro showed me
How to graph equations so I can see
That finding rational zeros can be easy
Polynomials were such a boo hoo
Until Petro showed me how to
Using the rational root theorem was what I had to do
And that?s why I say

Chorus
Verse 2
The number with the highest exponent
Ao?s the number with no variable yeah, yeah (2x)
Factors of Ao are all in P
Those of An are in q you see
+ or ? p over q are possible zeros
So now I hope you understand
Chorus
Hatch match ? ch.4 vocabulary
Match the vocabulary terms in Column A to their correct definitions in Column B.

Column a column b
Root A. an inequality of the form
Y >ax + bx +c
Complex number B. any number that can be
Written in the form in the
Form a+bi
Degree C. a solution of the equation
P(x)=0

Polynomial equation D. a shortcut for dividing a
Polynomial by a binomial
Zero E. the variable with the
Greatest exponent

Quadratic inequality F. a value of x for which
f(x)=0

Synthetic division G. a polynomial that is set
equal to zero

Discriminant H. the express under the

Who am I ?
Write the proper term to the following descriptions in the space provided.

I?m the formula x = -b + b ? 4ac / 2a, that gives the roots of the quadratic equation of the form ax + bx +c , with a = 0. Don?t you know me by now ? I?m none other than the_________________________________

My name seems a lot more complicated than I really am. I provide a means for dramatically lowering the number of rational values that you might test to find rational roots of a polynomial equation with integral coefficients. My formula is + or ? P over q. I?m the notorious _______________ _______ ___________

I am in the family of complex numbers. That is , combined with my sibling , Real numbers. I can often be the root of a polynomial function. My definition is the form of a + bi where b is not equal to zero and the imaginary unit is i. I?m simply an__________________________

I?m in the quadratic formula . Actually, I?m the expression under the radical sign expressed as b ? 4ac. I am the _____________________ , the one who tells the nature of the roots of the quadratic equation.

There you go again , Mr. Radian!
Always making me switch from degrees just for you to your best,
Then almost always making me fail a test!

There you go again , Mr. Radian!
When I?m using you, I don?t seem to win!
? What?s the sine of 90 ??, you consistently ask !
Maybe it?s because you know I?ll barely pass!

There you go again , Mr. Radian!
You really make it hard for me to contend!
? The tangent of 180 is 0!?, you say
But that?s okay because I?m gonna beat you today!!

Here I come again , Mr. Radian!
To quit now would be a sin!
So I?ll try and try , getting help from my friend
Until I have My VICTORY in the end!!!!

Find the hidden terms in the puzzle.

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DISCRIMINANT COSINE
IMAGINARY COTERMINAL
POLYNOMIAL CENRAL ANGLE
RATIONAL SECTOR
ROOT SEGMENT
ZERO

ANGLE MANGLE TANGLE

Match the congruent values.

Hatch match ? ch. 5 vocabulary

Match the vocabulary terms in Column A to their correct definitions in Column B.

Column A column b
Radian A. the triangular law expressed as
a=b+c-2ab cos B
Angle of Depression B. the triangular law expressed as
A / sin a=b / sin b= c / sin c
Linear Velocity C. distance traveled per unit time

Law of Cosines D. the change in the central angle
with respect to time as an
object moves along a circular
Law of Sines path

Central Angle E. the angle between a
horizontal line and the line of
sight from the observer to an
Coterminal Angles object at a lower level

Angular Velocity F. two angles in standard
positions that have the same
terminal side
G. the measure of a central
angle whose sides intercept
an arc that is the same length
as the radius of the center
H. an angle whose vertex lies at