DIRECTIONS:FACTOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING POLYNOMIALS.ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.
1.2x(squared)-8x
2.-3s(squared) + 9
3.4x + 20x(squared)
4.4x + 20x(squared)
5.s(squared) + 8s + 12
6.x(squared) + 10x + 21
7.x(squared) + 5x -6
8.4r(squared) + 20r + 25
9.9t(squared) - 4
10. 2x(squared) + 3x + 14
QUESTIONS:
1. How did you factor each polynomial?
2.what factoring technique did you use to come up with the factors of each polynomial? explain how you used this technique.
3.how would you know if the factors you got are the correct ones?
4.which of the polynomials did you find difficult to factor? why?

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#3 and #4 are the same?

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1) Using the different factoring techniques
2) Items 1, 3. Factoring the greatest common factor
             2, 9. Difference of two squares
         5,6,7,8. Reverse FOIL method (looked for two binomials and used FOIL method to come up with the original expression)

3) To check if they are the right factors, use distribution or FOIL method.

4) #10 because it is not factorable.
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