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FACTORING

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Factoring a Monomial From a Trinomial

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Re-writing as the product of 2 or more factors. For example: 6 = 2 · 38 = 4 · 2 But… we’ll use POLYNOMIALS.

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1. Find the GCF of the coefficients. 2. Find the largest power of each common variable. 3. The GCF is the product of steps 1 and 2 4. DIVIDE each term by the GCF. Final answer is a multiplication problem: GCF ( Quotient after you divide )

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1) 4x + 22) 3n 2 – 10n 3) 3x 5 – 15x 4 4) 26y 12 – 2y 3 5) 48m 4 n 2 - 16mn 2 6) 12a 3 – 16a 2 -4a

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7) 52x 2 y 2 + 16xy 3 + 26z 8) 9x(3x – 4) – 4(3x – 4) 9) 3x(7x + 1) + 2(7x + 1)

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