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Patel – Honors Classes Only Page 243 # 46 - 51. Factoring Polynomials. 2/6/14 Thursday. Lesson 4 Contents. Example 1GCF Example 2Grouping Example 3Two or Three Terms Example 4Quotient of Two Trinomials. Factor. The GCF is 5 ab. Answer:. Distributive Property. Example 4-1a.

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Patel – Honors Classes Only

Page 243 # 46 - 51


Factoring Polynomials

2/6/14

Thursday


Lesson 4 Contents

Example 1GCF

Example 2Grouping

Example 3Two or Three Terms

Example 4Quotient of Two Trinomials


Factor

The GCF is 5ab.

Answer:

Distributive Property

Example 4-1a


Factor

Answer:

Example 4-1b


Factor

Group to find the GCF.

Factor the GCF of each binomial.

Answer:

Example 4-2a


Factor

Answer:

Example 4-2b


Factor

Product –15 and sum is –2.

Substitute –5y+ 3y for –2y.

Review

Example 4-3a

Rewrite the expression using –5yand 3y in place of –2yand factor by grouping.


Factor out the GCF of each group.

Answer:

Associative Property

Review

Example 4-3b


Factor

Answer:

Factor out the GCF.

p2 – 9 is the difference of two squares.

Example 4-3c


Factor each polynomial.

a.

b.

Answer:

Answer:

Example 4-3f


Simplify

Factor the numerator and the denominator.

Divide. Assume a  –5, –2.

Answer: Therefore,

Example 4-4a


Simplify

Answer:

Example 4-4b


Simplify

Factor the numerator and the denominator.

Divide. Assume a  –5, –2.

Answer: Therefore,

Example 4-4a


Simplify

Answer:

Example 4-4b


End of Lesson 4


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