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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

I created this warm up after finding students having a misconeption with the factorization of the sum and difference of cubes.
What's Included:
1 page warm up
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This foldable organizes the rule for factoring sum and difference of cubes, as well as 6 practice problems for using this skill to solve polynomial equations.
Works great for guided practice, as a collaborative class work assignment, or even a homework assignment. Fits in spiral & composition

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This 12 problem scavenger hunt includes factoring using:
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Difference of Squares
Sum of Cubes
Difference of Cubes
Methods are also combined!
**Please view preview thumbnails to be sure this is an appropriate level for your students!**

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This is a fun activity involving math and cooperative learning. The students are given polynomials that can be factored using the difference or sum or cubes. They find the matching solution in factored form.

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Are you going to be factoring sum and difference of cubes soon? Try out this graphic organizer with your students. Start with an introduction on identifying cubes then teach them the benefits of "SOAP." This acronym makes factoring sum and differences a breeze.
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Objective: Solving Sum and Difference of Cubes - polynomial equations with factoring. (solutions are real or imaginary).
Task Cards: Two sets of Task Cards is enclosed
1- a set of 24 Task Cards
2- a set of 24 Task Cards with worked out real or imaginary solutions
Teacher will n

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Students will gain practice with factoring sum and difference of cubes. A great alternative to the regular, old worksheet! Students will match up each problem with the answer which allows for a great self check for students. The activity is laid out for students to cut and paste the problems beside

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This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to factor sums and differences of cubes. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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I have always struggled teaching this topic, and another teacher shared this song and it worked wonders on my students. I made this graphic organizer to tie everything together for them and it worked great.
The first page is what is given to the students and the 2nd page is your reference for what

This skill builder helps students practice the skill of factoring sums and differences of cubes. These skills appear frequently on state assessments and on the ACT. This product is perfect for unit reviews, substitute teachers packets, or for students who need a little extra practice.

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Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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This worksheet is the first in a series of worksheets that I hope to develop for Algebra 2 and Pre-calculus.
Each worksheet will have between 8 and 10 problems. (This sheet has 8 problems).
In addition, there is a QR Code on this worksheet which, if scanned, will lead students to content that c

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This is a lesson on factoring sum and difference of cubes. This many times brings challenges to the class. I have structured the lesson from their prior knowledge about the factoring and scaffolding the topic. It is problems driven, student discovering, and questioning focused. This lesson has the o

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20 questions to practice the process of factoring the sum or difference of 2 cubes

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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With this activity, students will completely factor sums and differences of cubes. Then, they will find the sum of the coefficients of their answer and use that number to color the picture with the given color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabul

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Students gain fluency with addition and subtraction to 10 in this 1-3 player game. Each student uses a Starry Sky gameboard, and the goal is color all the stars and the moon in the sky. Players take turns rolling 2 dice, and deciding whether they should add or subtract the numbers, based on what n

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This self checking worksheet has cubes in the form Ax^3 + B or Ax^3 - B. The student is to cover up the incorrect factoring by shading in the rectangle. Upon finished the worksheet, the student will reveal a fun pun.

My Quadratic Functions, Factoring & FOILing worksheets and activities all in a money saving bundle! You save significant money and time versus purchasing these separately!
Included in this set are the following products which includes all of my Quadratic Functions, Factoring & FOILing Choos

Quickly assess the prerequisite skills your Pre-Calculus students have when they set foot in your classroom. Through this packet, students will review their mathematics before you teach them new material. This unit also includes two activities to encourage parental involvement as well as a certifica

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This is based on the word search puzzles. The student factors and then finds the factors in the puzzle. The factors must be connected in a row, column or diagonal. Each game gets a little tougher! An option would be to let partners work together on the same board. The order of the games is the order

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Factoring Polynomials Gone Fishin' Game (Algebra 2)
This game is a fun way to practice factoring polynomials for Algebra 2 students. Red fish are difference of squares, yellow fish are sum and difference of cubes, green fish are trinomials, and blue fish are four terms. Factoring a greatest common

Have you seen the Preview?
This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE FACTORING
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Factor Sum and Difference of Two Cubes without GCF". There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to factor out 13 questions of the 15

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Sheet including perfect squares and cubes
40 factoring problems (5 GCF only, 5 difference of two squares, 5 trinomials when a = 1, 5 trinomials when a ≠ 1, 2 factoring by grouping, 3 prime, 5 perfect square trinomials, 5 combo problems, and 5 sum and difference of

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All math teachers wish their students would be better at factoring. Your students will get great practice with this essential skill as they work through the circuit. These 20 mixed factoring problems involve every kind of factoring from GCF to sum and difference of cubes. The problems are progress

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What a bargain. A complete set of college algebra notes for less than 10 cents a page! Check out the complete table of contents below!
If you are a parent of a struggling College Algebra student, consider downloading this product! The notes include practice exams and study cards.
If you are teachi

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This self checking worksheet has cubes in the form Ax^3 + By^3 or Ax^3 - By^3. The student will draw a line from the cube to its factors. The lines will go through a letter then a number. The student will write the pair at the bottom of the page to find the solution to a riddle.

Factoring Tic-Tac-Toe is an activity for grades 8-12.
Students practice factoring quadratic and cubic functions with eight different techniques by playing tic-tac-toe. Students factor given expressions and find the solution in the tic-tac-toe grid. Each student places an x or an o in the correspond

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This Algebra Quick Quiz MEGA BUNDLE is one of the best values on TpT. The bundle contains 73 10-question multiple choice quick quizzes that cover all of your algebra skills and standards and can be used as homework, lesson consolidation, remediation, or for RTI progress monitoring.
Quick Quiz Topic

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice factoring the sum or difference of cubes, they can learn about African rights activist -- John Prendergast!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individual

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This Puzzle & Fun Fact Activity is part of:
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This PowerPoint explains, through a formula and mnemonic device, how to factor a sum or difference of cubes and gives many practice examples.

This graphic organizer will help students completely solve a higher order polynomial equation. The chart includes factoring patterns for difference of squares, sum and difference of cubes, quadratic form, and trinomials with a=1 and a not equal to 1. When an equation is not factorable by these met

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This activity can be completed in groups of 2, 3 or 4. Break the problems down into sets based on the academic level of your students. For lower level students, I break the problems into groups of 5. For upper level students, challenge them by giving them all 20 problems at once!!
The expression

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NOTE: This circuit is part of a bundle of 11 resources for a reduced price! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Circuit-Training-Factoring-Bundle-2602502
Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format!
All algebra teachers wish their students were better at factoring. You

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Factoring Binomials. the Sum and Difference Cubes, Task Cards Quiz, Organizer, HW, and notes.
This terrific activity is designed for Algebra 1 and 2. It is an important part of the unit on factoring. Since so many students have a difficult time remembering the rules for the sum and difference

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Factoring Polynomials - Sum & Difference of Cubes:
This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials representing a sum or difference of two cubes.
This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
Factor

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This Algebra Skill Builder MEGA BUNDLE is one of the best values on TpT. The bundle contains 110 skill builders that cover all of your algebra skills and standards and can be used as homework, lesson consolidation, remediation, or for RTI progress monitoring.
Skill Builder Topics:
Absolute Value I

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Heroes are not made overnight, they are developed with practice. They need to do their Herowork! Upgrade your homework and classwork options with assignments that motivate your kiddos to battle all the way to the end of the page!
Herowork is designed to be engaging repeated skill practice with a tw

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Factoring Perfect Cubes
This is a small poster that I made to remind students about a method they can use to factor perfect cubes. My students can never remember how!
Also included is a page of 4 smaller copies of the same poster. I printed these on a full sheet of sticker paper and then cut the

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This is a review of Factoring the sum and difference of a cube. I love to do activities on the second day to reinforce what they learned the previous day. I have them color the heart if there is time remaining. I love this activity because it keeps students busy that already know how to factor cubes

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This flowchart can help your students navigate through the difficult process of deciding what type of factoring to use. Comes with a basic blank version for students to fill out, a blank version that includes examples, and a filled in version that includes examples so that you can allow students to

Worksheet and key with 52 problems involving multiplying and factoring polynomials. Identities such as perfect square trinomial, difference of squares, cubic polynomials, sum and differences of cubes, and sum of squares are used to multiply and factor the polynomials. Secondary Math 3 Core Standard

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This bundle contains the first three quizzes for polynomial functions that I sell separelty. The quizzes cover the following
Quiz 1: classifying polynomials by degree and number of terms, end behavior, and number of turning points
Quiz 2: linear factors, zeros, end behavior, turning points, multipli

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This is a "fun fact" worksheet that can serve as practice for your students using the factoring technique known as Sum of Two Cubes.
This "fun fact" worksheet is in the same mold as the common riddle worksheets you have most likely seen. However, this worksheet reveals a fun and interesting fun fa

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** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product HERE**
✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in 12 questions on different aspects of"Solving Polynomial Functions".
This EMOJI focuses only on Solving Sum & Difference of Two Cubes. I created t

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I find that my students factor very well when they have been taught a lesson and practice a specific type of factoring. Then, they struggle when they need to factor and are not told which type of factoring method to use or formula to apply. I have created this worksheet with a mix of factoring pra

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the zeros Sum and Difference of Two Cubes". There are 14 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 13 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze.
Students Should Solve:
☑ Sum of Two C

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