Factoring vs. Dividing Applications
This is a one-sided practice worksheet containing 6 questions covering factoring trinomials. Some problems include a difference of two squares and perfect square trinomials. The student is given the area or the volume in the form of a trinomial or binomial and one side length(s) as a monomial or binomial and asked to find the missing side. Key included.
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