a=1, a>1, difference of 2 squares, Factoring a GCF/Factoring completely, Solving by factoring
Answer Keys (problems are easy enough =))
Note to the Teacher:
1.Factoring a=1- in this foldable you will find 4 examples, a general rule and 4 format rules for factoring when a=1 (ex. when x2-bx+c Both factors will be negative.)
2.Factoring a>1- In this foldable you will find the British method/grouping method, there are 4 examples, 2 examples have formatted steps and the other 2 do not, you will also find detailed step by step instructions.
3.Difference of 2 Squares- in this foldable you will find 4 examples, the rule is more of a diagram of how to break things down, 1 example is out of format (I.e. -100+49x2)
4.Factoring the GCF- This is basically factoring completely, You will find 3 examples, 1 is a=1, a>1 & D.O.T.S., one example just requires factoring out a GCF and nothing else
5. Solving by Factoring-You will find 4 examples, 1 is a=1, a>1, D.O.T.S., 1 example is already set equal to zero and others require you to do so.