How do you factor polynomials by taking out the greatest common factor?
How could you factor xy - 3y?
How do you factor complicated expressions with large expressions in parentheses in common?
How can you factor x(2x + 1) - 3(2x + 1)?
How do you factor an expression when two terms have parentheses that are the same?
How would you factor a(x-y) + b(x-y)?
How do you factor 5x(3m - 1) - (3m - 1)?
How would you factor x(a - b) + y(b - a)?
How do you factor an expression if the terms inside the parentheses are different?
How do you factor if the parentheses in the terms are opposites?
How would you factor 3x(1 - 2y) - 5(2y - 1)?
How do you factor 5x(2x - 3) - y(2x + 3)?
What happens if you cannot factor a polynomial?
What if two terms have nothing in common?
When you have two terms with the same values in parentheses, how do you know what goes in the other set of parentheses in the answer?
How do you factor 2y(-2x + 5) + 3(2x - 5)?
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The problems in this lesson are much more tricky and lead into some more complicated ideas for factoring. This is a great lead-in to the concepts that are coming up in factoring.