Polynomials and Enlargements

Jonathan

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Across
6.the guidelines for enlarging a shape start at this point
8.the dividing up of a polynomial into factors
9.when dividing two polynomials, if there is no remainder then we have found one of these
11.an enlargement
13.to make a shape the same style but bigger or smaller
15.an arithmetic operation in which the difference between two numbers is calculated
16.to use maths to solve a real life problem
Down
1.a simplified and quick form of long division for polynomials
2.the power of a variable
3.an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division
4.consists of terms that can include variables, coefficients and constants
5.a number that leads to a factor of a polynomial
7.the act of changing in form, shape or appearance
10.a number used as a multiplier in scaling or resizing
12.the multiplication of one set of brackets by another set of brackets
14.the mathematics of points, lines, curves and surfaces

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