This is an easy-to-use, must-have factoring flow chart! I have used this flow chart with dozens of students and had many teachers ask me for copies! It is easy to follow and includes five basic types of factoring: Common Factoring, Perfect Square Trinomial, Difference of Squares, Trinomial where a=1, and Trinomial where a≠1. I find it is a great resource for both students who are new to these methods of factoring and for those who are in higher math courses but need to be refreshed on the topic. It is a great resource to have in math binders for quick reference and to help alleviate troubles that develop when students forget these basic methods. It is a fantastic resource for Grade 10 mathematics courses in particular. I hope you enjoy and find as much success as I and others already have with this resource!