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- Course and Section Introduction
- Recognizing Characteristics of Parabolas
- Identifying the Characteristics of a Parabola - Example
- Parabola Graphs and their formulas - Part 1
- Parabola Graphs and their formulas - Part 2
- Writing the Equation of a Quadratic Function From a Graph
- Finding the Vertex of a Quadratic Function - Solution 1
- Finding the Vertex of a Quadratic Function - Solution 2
- Writing a Quadratic Equation in Standard and General Form - Solution 1
- Writing a Quadratic Equation in Standard and General Form - Solution 2
- Finding the Domain and Range of Quadratic Functions - Part 1
- Finding the Domain and Range of Quadratic Functions - Part 2
- Finding the Domain and Range of a Quadratic Function - Example
- Finding the Domain and Range of a Quadratic Function - Example
- Determining the Minimum and Maximum of a Quadratic Function
- Finding the Maximum Value of a Quadratic Function - Example
- Finding Maximum Revenue - Example - Part 1
- Finding Maximum Revenue - Example - Part 2
- Finding the x and y-intercepts of a Quadratic Function
- How to Factorize a Quadratic Function
- Finding the x-intercepts of a Parabola
- Finding the x and y-intercepts of a Quadratic Function - Example
- Applying the x-intercept and Vertex of a Parabola - Example

- Power Functions and Polynomial Functions - Introduction
- Identifying Power Functions
- Identifying End Behavior of Power Functions - Part 1
- Identifying End Behavior of Power Functions - Part 2
- Identifying the End Behavior of a Power Function - Example
- Identifying Polynomial Functions
- Identifying Polynomial Functions - Example
- Identifying the Degree and Leading Coefficient of a Polynomial Function
- Identifying the Degree and Leading Coefficient of a Polynomial Function -Example
- Identifying End Behavior of Polynomials - Part 1
- Identifying End Behavior of Polynomials - Part 2
- Identifying End Behavior and Degree of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Identifying End Behavior and Degree of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Identifying End Behavior and Degree of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Identifying Local Behavior of Polynomial Functions
- Determine the Intercepts of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Determining the Intercepts of a Polynomial Function With Factoring - Example
- Determining the Intercepts of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Comparing Smooth and Continuous Graphs
- Number of Intercepts and Turning Points - Example
- Drawing Conclusions about a Polynomial from the Graph - Example
- Drawing Conclusions about a Polynomial from the Factors - Example
- Drawing Conclusions about a Polynomial from the Factors - Example

- Graphs of Polynomial Functions - Introduction
- Characteristics of Graphs of Polynomial Functions
- Recognizing Polynomial Functions - Example
- Using Factoring to Find Zeros of Polynomial Functions
- Finding the x-intercepts of a Polynomial Function by Factoring - Example
- Finding the x-intercepts of a Polynomial Function by Factoring - Example
- Finding the y and x-intercepts of a Polynomial in Factored Form - Example
- Finding the x-intercepts of a Polynomial Function Using a Graph - Example
- Finding the x-intercepts of a Polynomial Function Using a Graph - Example
- Identifying Zeros and Their Multiplicities
- Identifying Zeros and Their Multiplicities - Example
- Determining the End Behavior of Polynomial Functions
- Relationship Between Degree and Turning Points in Polynomials
- Finding the Maximum Number of Turning Points of a Polynomial
- Graphing Polynomial Functions
- Sketching the Graph of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Sketching the Graph of a Polynomial Function - Example
- Intermediate Value Theorem
- Using the Intermediate Value Theorem - Example
- Using the Intermediate Value Theorem - Example
- Writing Formulas for Polynomial Functions
- Writing a Formula for a Polynomial Function from the Graph - Example
- Writing a Formula for a Polynomial Function from the Graph - Example
- Local and Global Extrema of Polynomial Functions
- Using Local Extrema to Solve Applications - Example

- Dividing Polynomials
- Long Division Algorithm Modeling
- Comparing Long Division Model with a Long Division Example
- Dividing Two Polynomials Using Long Division Algorithm
- Division Algorithm - Formal Statement
- Polynomial Long Division - Example
- Polynomial Long Division - Example
- Polynomial Long Division - Example
- Using Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials
- Using Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials - Example
- Using Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials - Example
- Using Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials - Example
- Using Polynomial Division to Solve Application Problems
- Using Synthetic Division to Divide Polynomials - Example

- Section 5.5 Introduction
- Remainder Theorem
- Remainder Theorem - Example