Graphing Polynomial Functions Part 1 | Free PPT Download
Lesson: Graphing Polynomial Functions Part 1
- Find the x-intercept of a polynomial functions.
- Find the y-intercept of a polynomial function.
- Value accumulated knowledge as means of new understanding.
- Definition of Graphing Polynomial Functions
- Reviewing previous lesson on "Graphing Polynomial Functions" or presenting the new lesson
- Establishing a purpose for the lesson
- Presenting examples about Graphing Polynomial Functions
- Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills
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