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# 9.2 - GCF = x x x 8 12 4 2 3 Find the GCF b b b 6 2 4 2...

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Section 9.2 Multiplying and factoring

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Objectives Multiply a monomial by a polynomial using the distributive property Factor out a monomial (GCF)
What property should we use here? ) 4 ( 3 + x ) 1 3 ( 2 + x x

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Simplify each product (show work!) ) 6 5 ( 4 2 + + b b b ) 1 8 3 ( 7 2 - - - h h h ) 5 6 ( 2 2 + - x x x
Factoring a Monomial from a Polynomial First find a GCF of the terms in the polynomial. List the factors of each term and find the greatest one they have in common

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Unformatted text preview: GCF = x x x 8 12 4 2 3-+ Find the GCF b b b 6 2 4 2 3--18 3 2-t To factor out a monomial After you’ve found the GCF pull it out of the polynomial using DIVISION. Factored Form: x x x 15 12 3 2 3 +-Use GCF to factor each polynomial. m m m 24 12 6 2 3--2 4 5 20 15 10 b b b-+ HOMEWORK Page 463 (1, 2, 7, 10, 13, 18, 20, 22, 27, 32, 35)...
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