In this post we write about making of maths working model on polynomials – types of polynomials – tlm – diy using cardboard and color paper

Creating a working model of different types of polynomials using cardboard and color paper in a door opening style can be an interactive and visual way to understand polynomial expressions

Materials needed:

Cardboard (for the base and doors)

Color paper (for the polynomial expressions and decorations)

Scissors

Glue

Marker pens or sketch pens

This interactive model can be a useful tool to explain the concepts of linear, quadratic, and cubic polynomials, as well as how to simplify and solve them. It’s a creative and hands-on approach to learning about polynomials in mathematics.