This week in math 10 we reviewed on what we did in math 9 on adding and subtracting polynomials. We also learned how to multiply binomials, and we also learned foil and distributive property. Foil stands for finding the product of the first, outside, inside then last terms. We also learned about the different types of binomials, trinomials, monomials, etc. There are so many ways to multiply binomials, but one way I found the easiest to multiply them is by using the area models. An area model is a simple to find the product of polynomials. You wonâ€™t likely miss one of the terms and you can use it with any type of polynomial. But you can only multiply 2 polynomials together.

The first example is how the area model relates to multiplication and how you can use it for big multiplication questions. And the second example is how to easily multiply the 2 polynomials together.