Multiplying Polynomials Worksheets
How to Multiply Polynomials? Operations on polynomials are one of the most sought out mathematical calculations in the contemporary era. However, multiplying polynomials require a careful understanding of the concept. Let us learn by solving an example sequentially. For instance, we have the expression 3x (4x+3). Now, in this scenario, the term outside the brackets will be multiplied by each term inside separately. 3x × 4x +3x × 3. 12x^{2} + 9. Now, if we have more than one term, then each term will multiply the other set of terms one by one. Let's take another example: (3x+2)(4x+3). Now, 3x will be multiplied by 4x and 3 one by one. Then, 2 will be multiplied by 4x and 3 as well. The answer will be 3x × 4x + 3x × 2 + 2 × 4x+ 3 × 2, i.e. 12x^{2} + 18x + 6.

Intermediate Lesson
Explores how to tackle problems that include exponential multiplication.
View worksheet 
Homework Worksheet
Multiplying Polynomials problems for students to work on at home. Example problems are provided and explained.
View worksheet
10 Million Random Digits
If you take 10 million random digits, statistically on average you would expect 2cases where you get five digits in a row the same. And, if you take 10 million digits of Pi, you get exactly 200.