We teach factoring again and again and again... this practice worksheet was put together to help with the practice and review process. Students will identify and work with perfect squares and cubes, then go through one of each type of factoring. Identifying what type of factoring needs to used is always an area of difficulty. Students then work through 10 problems, identifying the type and completing the work. The following types of factoring are included:
- Greatest Common Factor (gcf)
- Difference of Perfect Squares
- Sum/Difference of Cubes
- Trinomials (a=1)
This worksheet will help students organize their thoughts and the types of factoring.
Your students will feel more confident after working through this handout. Enjoy!
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