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            Algebra 2 students are continuing to discover the structure of polynomials and how they play an important part in the world of problem-solving.

            Polynomials are created from data that exists in the world around us. Once we have polynomials to work with, we learn how to graph their patterns as well as applying the processes of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing them.

           Building on our previous mathematics knowledge, we can reach new levels of understanding how numbers, known and unknown, work together for a given purpose.         

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