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Essential Question: How do you factor a polynomial without a middle term?
When factoring a perfect square trinomial, both of your binomials should end up the same. Factor a perfect square like any other trinomial. Perfect Square Trinomial
When factoring a difference of squares, there is no middle term. Use “0” as the middle term. The binomials will have the same numbers, but opposite signs. Difference of Squares
Essential Question: How do you factor a polynomial without a middle term? Summary
Workbook pg 137 #1-9 all Homework
Table of Contents Factoring - Perfect Square Trinomial A Perfect Square Trinomial is any trinomial that is the result of squaring a binomial. Binomial.
Math Notebook. Review Find the product of (m+2) (m-2) Find the product of (2y-3)^2.
Warm Up Write each expression as a trinomial. Factor each expression.
Notes Over 10.8 BinomialTrinomial4 or more terms Methods of Factoring GCF Difference of Squares Perfect Square Trinomial Two Binomials (Shortcut) Two.
Factoring Rules. Binomial Look for the greatest common factor Look for a difference of squares. –This means that the two terms of the binomial are perfect.
Day Problems Factor each expression. 1.x 2 – a 2 – m 2 – 144m v 2 – 220v n 2 – 225.
6-7 Factoring: A General Strategy Warm-up Problems Factor
Multiplying Polynomials *You must know how to multiply before you can factor!”
Quadratic Relations Polynomials Day 7: Trinomial Factoring Thursday, November 26, 20151Day 7 - Trinomial Factoring.
Day Problems Simplify each product. 1. 8m(m + 6) 2. -2x(6x3 – x2 + 5x)
Factoring General Trinomials Factoring Trinomials Factors of 9 are: REVIEW: 1, 93, 3.
Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 6.5 – Slide 1.
2.3 Factor and Solve Polynomial Expressions Pg. 76.
Factoring Differences of Squares. Remember, when factoring, we always remove the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) first. Difference of Squares has two terms.
1. Square the first term. 2. Double the product of the two terms. 3. Square the last term. Ex: (2x – 1) 2 4x 2 - 4x + 1 Perfect square trinomial.
1 Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 5-1 Polynomials and Polynomial Functions Chapter 5.
8-1 Completing the Square
Factor the following special cases
Factoring - Perfect Square Trinomial A Perfect Square Trinomial is any trinomial that is the result of squaring a binomial. Binomial Squared Perfect Square.
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