FACTORING RULES. *GCF( Greatest Common Factor) – First Rule 4 TERMS Grouping 3 TERMS Perfect Square Trinomial AC Method with Grouping 2 TERMS Difference Of Two Squares Sum or Difference Of Two Cubes.
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Perfect Square Trinomial
AC Method with Grouping
Difference Of Two Squares
Sum or Difference Of Two Cubes
We will explore factoring trinomials using the ac method with grouping next and come back to Perfect Square Trinomials later.
The first rule of factoring is to factor out the Greatest Common Factor(GCF).
To factor , we must find two integers whose product is ac and whose sum is b.
To factor , we must find two integers whose product is -60 and whose sum is 7.
SUM OF FACTORS OF
Replace b = 7 in our original expression with
b = 12 + (-5).
Factoring is an algebraic process which allows us to solve quadratic equations pertaining to real-world applications, such as remodeling a kitchen or building a skyscraper.
We will cover the concept of solving quadratic equations and then investigate some real-world applications.
A quadratic equation is an equation that can be written in standard form
where a, b, and c represent real numbers, and
using factoring and the
When the product of two real numbers is 0, at least one of them is 0.
If a and b represent real numbers, and
if then a=0 or b=0
breaking the surface of the water is given by h
How long will it take the dolphin to jump out of the water and touch the trainer’s hand?