Mathematics I (Math 1132)

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Mathematics I (Math 1132)

Factor by Grouping

Although this concepts was briefly discussed in one of the earlier lessons, you learned that sometimes you may need to combine several of the techniques to factor a single expression. As a result, to factor the expressions found in this section, you’ll have to device a plan before starting because you might run into errors or endless loops trying to figure these out.

To start, you’re encouraged to re-watch a video link that was first presented in the common factoring lesson. At the time, you couldn’t factor Question (3) because you hadn’t learned how to factor a difference of squares. You’ll notice now that it’s a little more approachable:

Now for some harder examples. Try attempting each question before viewing its solution!

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