Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

Solving rational equations is substantially easier with like denominators. When solving rational equations, first multiply every term in the equation by the common denominator so the equation is "cleared" of fractions. Next, use an appropriate technique for solving for the variable.

Sample Sample Problems (6)

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Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 1

Factor:

9x(x − 2) + 4(x − 2)
Problem 1
How to factor by grouping if given the GCF binomial.
Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 2

Factor:

12x³ − 9x² + 20x − 15
Problem 2
How to factor by grouping if given a third degree polynomial.
Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 3

Factor:

6x³ − 8x² + 20 − 15x
Problem 3
How to factor by grouping if the polynomial is not in standard form.
Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 4
Problem 4
Factoring completely by looking for greatest common factors at the beginning and end of a factoring process
Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 5
Problem 5
Factoring by grouping with two variables
Factoring: Special Cases Part II - Problem 6
Problem 6
Factoring cubic polynomials by either factoring a GCF, using the sum/difference of cubes formulas, or grouping