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# Algebra I Review

### Reviewing terms and problems for October-November, 2016

Polynomial Problems with three or more terms
Factor by distributition Divide each term of the polynomial by the greatest common factor of the terms (GCF).
Grouping Placing like terms together. Must have four terms.
Negative number Number less that 0, examples: -7, -2, -3
Positive number Number greater than 0, examples: 7, 2, 3
Trinomials Problems with three terms.
y-intercept The last number in an equation.
Maximum value Curve opens down on the graph
Minimum value Curve opens up on the graph
Axis of Symmetry formula -b/2a
Quadratic Formula X equals minus b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus four times ac over two times a
Created by: beavergranny