Factoring Trinomials Practice #2 with Multiplication of Binomials
This is a double-sided practice worksheet with 13 questions. Students are to either factor a difference of two squares or a trinomial or multiply two binomials together to get a trinomial or a difference of two squares. The worksheet reinforces the fact that the two operations are just opposites of each other.
Most trinomials are basic with a = 1 such as x^2 - x - 20, some are a difference of two squares (x^2 - 16), on one question a does not equal 1 and the last question gives the student a binomial times a trinomial. This is an extension or next day practice sheet of Factoring Trinomials Practice #1 with an emphasis on difference of two squares type problems. Key included.
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