Factoring

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Finding Greatest Common Factor

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Factoring by Grouping

Distributive Property

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Factoring Quadratic Trinomials with Leading Coefficient 1 

Reverse FOIL

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Factoring Quadratic Trinomials with Leading Coefficient Other than 1

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Factoring Special Products

Perfect Square Trinomials Pattern

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General Strategy for Factoring Polynomials

(Step 1) Is there a greatest common factor?

-> Factor out the greatest common factor (Distributive Property).

(Step 2) Is the polynomial a binomial, trinomial, or are there more than three terms?

If it is a binomial: Use the Difference of Squares Pattern, Sum/Difference of Cubes Pattern, etc. 

If it is a trinomial: Use the Reverse FOIL, Perfect Square Trinomials Pattern, etc. 

If there are more than three terms: Use the Grouping Method.

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Quadratic Equations

Zero Product Property

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