Classifying Polynomials Worksheets
Do polynomials have names? Yes, they do. They are labeled taking these two criteria into account: their degree and the number of terms. Explore this gamut of extensive classifying polynomials worksheets for high school students and get an overview of the various types of polynomials. The printable exercise pdfs on this page include naming polynomials based on the said criteria, matching polynomials to their names, MCQs on polynomial vocabulary, and more! Click on our free worksheets and kick-start your practice!
Categorize the polynomial expressions as monomial, binomial, trinomial or polynomial based on the number of terms they contain. A wide range of polynomials consisting up to six terms is presented here.
Get high school students to name the polynomials with the highest exponent being 0 as constant, being 1 as linear, 2 as quadratic, and 3 as cubic.
Extend beyond cubic polynomials, and recognize expressions with degree 4 as quartic, 5 as quintic, and 6 as the sixth degree.
Use these printable worksheets to reinforce the classification of polynomials based on their degree and the number of terms. Order them first by degree followed by the term.
Know the types of polynomials better! Match each polynomial to its name based on its degree in part A and based on the number of terms in part B.
Pair up each polynomial expression to its name based on the degree as well as the number of terms displayed on either side.
Employ this set of pdf worksheets as an effective way to assess learning outcomes. Choose the correct degree / leading coefficient / number of terms or types of polynomial from the given alternatives by eliminating the distractors.