3.7_Factoring_the_Sum_or_Difference_of_Cubes

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3.7_Factoring_the_Sum_or_Difference_of_Cubes.notebook 1 September 24, 2009 Unit 3: Polynomial Functions 3.7 Factoring the Sum or Difference of Cubes Investigate: Use the Factor Theorem to fully factor the polynomial f(x) = x 3 - 8. g(x)= 4 x 2 - 25. There MUST be an easier way than using the Factor Theorem! Factoring a Sum or Difference of Cubes A 3 + B 3 =(A + B)(A 2 ‐ AB + B
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Unformatted text preview: 2 ) A 3 B 3 =(A B)(A 2 + AB + B 2 ) Factor each expression fully. (a) 27 x 3 + 64 (b) (c) 512 x 3- 729 y 3 (d) 216 x 5 + x 2 Example 1: 3.7_Factoring_the_Sum_or_Difference_of_Cubes.notebook 2 September 24, 2009 Homework page 182 #2acegi, 3ac, 4bdfh, 5bd, 6 Attachments quartic trans.gsp cubic trans.gsp...
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