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Factoring: Grouping and A>1

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Quentin Darden

on 3 June 2015

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Transcript of Factoring: Grouping and A>1

How do you factor by grouping?
When factoring by grouping the expression can only have 4 terms.

1.
Put parenthesis around the first two terms and the last two terms.
2.
Factor out the GCF from both sets of parenthesis.
3.
Put the GCFs in one parenthesis and the factor set in the other.
How do you factor by GCF ?
EXAMPLE OF FACTORING BY GROUPING
3 2
(4v - 12v )-( 5v + 15)
2
GCF=4v GCF= 5

2
4v (v-3v) - 5(v+3)
EXAMPLE OF FACTORING BY GCF
10x + 45y - 5z
GCF= 5
5(2x + 9y - z)




What is Factoring?
When factoring polynomials, you are finding polynomials that divide out evenly from the original polynomials.
Factoring: Grouping and GCF
When factoring by GCF, you can have multiply terms.
1.
Find the GCF between all the terms in the polynomial.
2.
Divide all terms by the GCF and write your GCF outside the parenthesis.
3.
Place the new terms inside the
parenthesis.
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