# MVP M1 7.3 Set: Representing binomial factors in an area diagram

- Author:
- Douglas Bynum, Tim Brzezinski

## Directions:

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 9

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using standard form (). Use the ^ key to type your expression below in the form A(x)=___.

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 10

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using standard form (). Use the ^ key to type your expression below in the form B(x)=___.

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 11

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using standard form (). Use the ^ key to type your expression below in the form C(x)=___.

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 12

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using standard form (). Use the ^ key to type your expression below in the form D(x)=___.

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 13

Look back at each expression that you wrote in the form that also describes the area of your diagram. The coefficients (**(a) **and **(c)** should be the same in each problem. Explain why you think the coefficient **(b) **of the middle term is different in each problem when the “outside” coefficients **(a)** and **(c)** are the same.

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 14

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form (). Remember to include the f(x)=(__ + __)(__ + __).

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 15

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form (). Remember to include the g(x)=(__ + __)(__ + __).

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 16

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form ().

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 17

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form ().

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 18

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form ().

## MVP 7.3 Set Problem 19

## Diagram

Write an expression to represent the area using factored form ().