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Unit 8 Lesson 3. Let’s Review Mathematical Properties/classify numbers Multi-Step Equations Functions, Slope Absolute Value Proportions/Percent of increase/decrease Inequalities : When to switch sign? Graphing Standard/Slope-Intercept Form Sequences, Arithmetic, Geometric

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Unit 8 Lesson 3


  • Let’s Review

  • Mathematical Properties/classify numbers

  • Multi-Step Equations

  • Functions, Slope

  • Absolute Value

  • Proportions/Percent of increase/decrease

  • Inequalities : When to switch sign?

  • Graphing Standard/Slope-Intercept Form

  • Sequences, Arithmetic, Geometric

  • Growth and Decay

  • Pythagorean Theorem, Radicals

  • B.A.G.


“I can…”

  • … I can identify the greatest common monomial factor of a polynomial and factor it out of a polynomial

  • M(F&A)-10-3

  • M(F&A)-10-4


What does “Factoring” mean?

  • Factor Trees


2 Volunteers

  • What similarities do they both have?


“Greatest Common Factor”


Now, Putting it together with the “Distributive Property”


Recall multiplying two binomials using FOIL


Today, we are going the opposite direction


What factors of “c” add to “b”

  • Using a t - chart


Example


Example


Example


Why do this?

  • When you factor you can ‘find roots,’ ‘find zeros,’ ‘find x-intercepts,’ or ‘solve quadratic equations.’


Factoring with ax^2


Example


Examples 1-3


Examples 4-6


Helipad-find area of blue regionsmore tomorrow…


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