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This pack contains a variety of 15 worksheets with different levels of difficulty involving the most common type of factoring - Difference of Two Squares.

The first two pages of the pack are relevant vocabulary with a list of mostly used perfect squares.

The first worksheet includes one-variable expressions with leading coefficients equal to 1.

The second worksheet contains examples with two type of factoring: GCF factor-out and the Difference of Two Squares.

The third worksheet includes one variable expressions with leading coefficients different from 1. All coefficients are square numbers.

The fourth worksheet involves two variable expressions with square integers.

The fifth worksheet contains one and two variable expressions with square decimals.

The sixth worksheet has one and two variable expressions with fractional square numbers.

The seventh worksheet is more complicated case; the first and the second terms of the Difference of Two Squares are two variable binomials.

The eighth worksheet contains 15 mental math examples. Instead of doing traditional multiplication of two-digit numbers, students will be asked to calculate each product mentally using each factor as a sum and a difference of two conjugate pairs.

The ninth worksheet has one or two variable expressions with degrees higher than 2.

The tenth worksheet contains 24 numerical expressions. Each example represents the Difference of Two Squares where both terms are consecutive integers.Students will be asked to calculate each difference without using their calculators.

The eleventh worksheet contains two geometry problems involving the Difference of Two Squares.

The twelfth worksheet is a challenging geometry problem involving two concepts: Inequalities in Triangles and the Difference of Two Squares.

In worksheet #13, the students should represent 20 odd prime numbers as the Difference of Two Squares.

The fourteenth worksheet contains problems involving multiplication of Two Conjugate Binomials. Students will be asked to not use the FOIL method to compute the product.

In worksheet #15, students should factorize each expression using Difference of Two Squares with non square numbers.

The final pages are answer keys with detailed solutions to more complicated problems.

The first two pages of the pack are relevant vocabulary with a list of mostly used perfect squares.

The first worksheet includes one-variable expressions with leading coefficients equal to 1.

The second worksheet contains examples with two type of factoring: GCF factor-out and the Difference of Two Squares.

The third worksheet includes one variable expressions with leading coefficients different from 1. All coefficients are square numbers.

The fourth worksheet involves two variable expressions with square integers.

The fifth worksheet contains one and two variable expressions with square decimals.

The sixth worksheet has one and two variable expressions with fractional square numbers.

The seventh worksheet is more complicated case; the first and the second terms of the Difference of Two Squares are two variable binomials.

The eighth worksheet contains 15 mental math examples. Instead of doing traditional multiplication of two-digit numbers, students will be asked to calculate each product mentally using each factor as a sum and a difference of two conjugate pairs.

The ninth worksheet has one or two variable expressions with degrees higher than 2.

The tenth worksheet contains 24 numerical expressions. Each example represents the Difference of Two Squares where both terms are consecutive integers.Students will be asked to calculate each difference without using their calculators.

The eleventh worksheet contains two geometry problems involving the Difference of Two Squares.

The twelfth worksheet is a challenging geometry problem involving two concepts: Inequalities in Triangles and the Difference of Two Squares.

In worksheet #13, the students should represent 20 odd prime numbers as the Difference of Two Squares.

The fourteenth worksheet contains problems involving multiplication of Two Conjugate Binomials. Students will be asked to not use the FOIL method to compute the product.

In worksheet #15, students should factorize each expression using Difference of Two Squares with non square numbers.

The final pages are answer keys with detailed solutions to more complicated problems.

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