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Factor by Grouping 1) Step 1: Group by 2s Step 2: Factor out GCF Step 3: Married w/ children

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Factor by Grouping 2) Step 1: Group by 2s Step 2: Factor out GCF Step 3: Married w/ children Step 4: can you factor more?

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Factor by Grouping 3) Step 1: Group by 2s Step 2: Factor out GCF Step 3: Married w/ children

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Factoring Perfect Cubes 4) Step 1: take cube root of both terms Step 2: The back part is a trinomial Step 3: SOFAS

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Factoring Perfect Cubes 5) Step 1: take cube root of both terms Step 2: The back part is a trinomial Step 3: SOFAS

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Factoring Differences of Squares. Remember, when factoring, we always remove the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) first. Difference of Squares has two terms.

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