Algebra 1 - Factoring and Solving Differences of Squares Foldable Flip Book

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8th - 11th
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This is a flip book designed for interactive math notebooks.

This flipbook guides students through 3 scenarios of factoring differences of squares:

1. a^2 - b^2: 4 guided examples where the binomial is in the proper form

2. GCF: 4 guided example where the GCF must be factored out first, and then the difference of square factoring can be performed

3. Solving: 3 guided examples where different amounts of steps for solving are necessary (1st: factor and solve, 2nd: set eq=0, factor, and solve, 3rd: set eq=0, GCF, factor, and solve)

This flipbook was a great resource for my students to see the differences of squares being used in different ways!

Total Pages
2 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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