Pass it Out
Multiplying algebraic expressions is as simple as distributing, or passing out, multiplication to each term.
To multiply algebraic expressions, you simply distribute, pass out each term of the first expression to each term of the second expression. It's a simple concept that comes up in many different concepts.
Watch the Virtual GED Class video below for a complete explanation and tons of worked example problems.
We have choices for the beginning student. Practice simple distribution, just an integer times a binomial, with a Quizlet set or a worksheet.
Decimals, fractions, and geometry applications of this skill in a mixed up GED style format.