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Essential Question: How do you factor a polynomial without a middle term?

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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

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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

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Essential Question: How do you factor a polynomial without a middle term? Summary

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Workbook pg 137 #1-9 all Homework

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