1.

a. When multiplying polynomials, you should multiply each term of the first

polynomial to each term of the second polynomial and then

______________________.

b. If P is equal to a second degree polynomial and Q is equal to a third degree

polynomial, what is the degree of P + Q?

c. If P is a second degree polynomial and Q is a third degree polynomial, what
is

the degree of P multiplied by Q?

d. The method that shows you how to multiply two polynomials is known as the

__________ method.

e. If you subtract 5x^{2}– 4x + 6 from 3x^{2}- 2x + 8 what is left?

2.

a. If the length of a rectangle is x + 9 and the width is x + 2, what is the
formula

for the area in terms of x?

b. The area of a circle is πr^{2} where r is the radius and π is an irrational
number

equaling close to 3.14. What is the area of the circle if r is equal to 7?

c. A rectangle has sides equaling y + 4 and y - 2, what is the area in terms of
y?

d. The area of a circle is πr^{2} where r is the radius and π is an irrational
number

equaling close to 3.14. What is the area of the circle if r is equal to 3.5?

e. If P = 2x + 3 and Q = 4x + 5, what is P multiplied by Q?

3.

a. What is the area of a square with sides equaling x + 6 in terms of x? What is

the area if x equals 4?

b. What is the volume of a cube in terms of x if the sides are equal to ( x + 1
)?

c. What is the volume of a cube in terms of x if the sides are equal to ( x - 1
)?

d. The height of a box is 3 less than its length and the length is 5 more than
its

width. Express the volume in terms of length L.

e. What is ( x^{2} + 2)^{2} ?