In this lesson, the teacher reviews the three primary methods of factoring polynomials: greatest common factor, quadratic factoring, and grouping. The focus is on factoring with the greatest common factor method, using the slow and fast ways to find it. The teacher also explains how factoring is like the reverse distributive property and shows how to factor by dividing each term by the greatest common factor. Overall, this lesson provides a comprehensive overview of factoring with the greatest common factor method.
Review of how to factor using the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) method.