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Math 1

Perfect Squares (Good Twin +) ( Bad Twin -) What times what of the same number will give you x raised to a power What times what of the same number will give you the second #. Answer Form (x+y)(x-y)
Quadratic Factoring 1st term= 1st box Last term =Last box Multiples of Answer for A*C What will add to B? Multiples with variable in 2nd and 3rd boxes. GCF of each # against each #.Opposite in point form If one term in parentheses is bigger than one divide by it.
Trinomial Same as quadratic except you don't find the opposite in point form. You leave it in parentheses form.
Grouping x^2-x+8x-6 ( ) ( ) Whats the GCF of x^2 and -x Then divide of 8x and -6 Then divide Cancels out then becomes new parenthese
GCF Whats the GCF of all of these terms? Then divide
Trinomial a=1? ( ) . ( . ) x^2 square root a*c The two #s go subtracted next to x
Created by: carterk21