Factorization

Progress
Introduction to factorization
Factoring monomials
Factoring polynomials by taking common factors
Evaluating expressions with unknown variables
Quiz 1
5 questions
Factoring quadratics intro
Factoring quadratics by grouping
Factoring polynomials with quadratic forms
Quiz 2
5 questions
Factoring quadratics: Difference of squares
Factoring quadratics: Perfect squares
Strategy in factoring quadratics
Factoring polynomials with special product forms
Quiz 3
6 questions
Unit test
15 questions

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About this unit
Learn how to write polynomial expressions as the product of linear factors. For example, write x^2+3x+2 as (x+1)(x+2).