^{4}+ 7x

^{3}+ 18x

^{2}+ 20x + 8

^{3}+ 6x

^{2}+ 11x + 6

We take (x + 2) and "cube" it, and a whole lot more. The students you see are 11 and 12...

And pictures like this start to make sense and make "advanced algebra child's play...all we need to do is be able to count...

These should stand alone if you are starting here but it might be good to view and read some other pages first if this is your very first exposure to manipulative based learning for math. See also.

For more on 3rd and 4th power algebra and how to show negative expressions go to my House of Math and click on the "Advanced Algebra" tab. You need a password which you can find by clicking on the Products and Passwords tab...

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The House of Math

Learn algebra for a buck. In fact you should go there if the above videos didn't make perfect sense to you...lots of free learning and more "advanced" stuff for a buck.

http://crewtonramoneshouseofmath.blogspot.com/2010/12/4th-power-math-made-easy.html

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