Factoring Binomials

Unit 7: Polynomial Operations and Applications
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT factor binomials using Greatest Common Factor and Difference of Squares.

Big Idea: To look for Greatest Common Factor and Difference of Squares in Quadratic binomials, and realize there is no Sum of Squares.

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Algebra, Math, Polynomial and Rational Functions, greatest common factor, Difference of Squares, Factoring Binomial Expressions, prime
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