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Factoring GCF’s, differences of squares, perfect squares, and cubes
Objectives You will be able to factor: Greatest common factorsDifferences of squares Perfect squares Sums and differences of cubes
Greatest common factor (GCF)Definition: Coefficient and variables that are common to all terms in a polynomial Ex 1: GCF: Factored Form: Ex 2: GCF: Factored Form: Ex 3: GCF: Factored Form:
Practice 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Differences of SquaresFormula: Ex 1: Ex 2: Ex 3: Ex 4: PRIME! It’s not a difference! Ex 5:
Sums and Differences of CubesFormula: Ex 1: a=x b=2 Try 2: Ex 3: Try 4:
Perfect square trinomialsFormula: Figure it out How do we go from here to here?
Perfect square trinomialsFormula: Ex 1: Ex 2: Ex 3: Ex 4: Ex 5:
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