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Factor these on your own looking for a GCF.

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Try these on your own:

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Factorize:

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Factoring Method (sum and product) Factoring a trinomial in the form:

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Next Factoring a trinomial: 2. Product of first terms of both binomials must equal first term of the trinomial. 1. Write two sets of parenthesis, ( )( ). These will be the factors of the trinomial.

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3. The product of last terms of both binomials must equal last term of the trinomial (c). 4. Think of the FOIL method of multiplying binomials, the sum of the outer and the inner products must equal the middle term (bx). Factoring a trinomial:

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x x Factors of +8: 1 & 8 2 & 4 -1 & -8 -2 & -4 2x + 4x = 6x 1x + 8x = 9x O + I = bx ? -2x - 4x = -6x -1x - 8x = -9x -2 -4

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Check your answer by using FOIL FOIL

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Lets do another example: Find a GCF Factor trinomial Dont Forget Method #1. Always check for GCF before you do anything else.

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